17 Before and After Photos of Homeless Dogs Who Finally Found Their Families, and It’s Incredibly Heart-Warming

According to an American organization for animal protection, HSUS (short for the Humane Society of the United States ), about 6-8 million dogs and cats end up in animal shelters annually. Less than 3 million of them get adopted, and more than 3 million get euthanized. These statistics could be more positive if people started to adopt these animals more frequently.


We have collected inspiring examples of lucky animals who found their loving families. Still, there are many others waiting for help. Don’t stay indifferent because the joy and thankfulness we see in the eyes of these animals are priceless.

This is Penny. One month ago, she weighed just 6 lb and was scared of everything.

Scarlett was supposed to be euthanized due to a severe skin disease but one kind girl took the dog home and now she’s the happiest dog in the world.

Pillow’s current owner adopted him despite the fact that he needed a serious surgery. Pillow had a cancerous mass in one of his legs. After the adoption, the owner helped his new pet overcome the disease and now Pillow is happily living in his new home with another dog named Daizy.

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