“My name is Jubilee. I am a four-year-old husky who has been in Husky House for a long time. My ” breeder ” couldn’t sell me because he said he looked “weird.” The huskies are majestic looking dogs and I don’t know why I don’t look like them. I wish I was beautiful for someone to want me to be their dog. I like other dogs, but I don’t like cats. I love people, but I’m a little shy because people laugh at my looks. Nobody wants a funny looking husky? I wish I had a family of my own that could love me even if I’m not pretty«.
It is the emotional and realistic message with which the shelter ‘Husky house‘, based in Matawan, New Jersey, told the story of Jubilee, a dog who has been homeless for two years.
The reason? A strange deformity in her eyes made her “unattractive” to her potential adopters. The refuge post went viral on Facebook, achieving thousands of interactions in less than a week.
According to local media, Jubilee has a congenital birth defect in your eyelids; defect that, however, does not affect your vision or your health.
Days after publication, the shelter received hundreds of adoption requests for Jubilee. Finally, the husky found a home. «Thank you to everyone who shared the story. Jubilee has found a home with some old ‘Husky House’ adopters and joins her new brothers in a wonderful new life.
Such has been the expectation that Jubilee’s adoptive parents have created a Facebook page about her to report your progress.