Pitbull sprung out of shelter had the best day of his life!

17 Sep 2016 | by | Posted in: Wag News

Elmo, a pit-bull sprung out from the shelter for few hours, it was certainly the best day for him. It couldn’t have been better for him. He went to the park, made new friends. Since then, he couldn’t stop smiling. Elmo’s day out was an actually a part of a project called “Furlough” by KC Pet Project, which aims at providing the shelter dogs a chance to enjoy their lives outside for one or two days. KC Pet Project is an organization who manages a municipal animal shelter located in Kansas City. A good break for Elmo from the shelter might just help the pooch to get adopted.


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When Elmo was first rescued, he was scared and unhappy. The furball was living with another dog in the shelter who got adopted recently. Being alone is not what Elmo was enjoying. Hence, leaving him out for a day or two was certainly the best decision for the pit-bull.


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Apart from checking out the local historical sites, according to Tori Fugate from KC Pet Project, “He even went to a local hair salon. He even gets this cute little smile on his face when he's running toward you or when he knows he's going outside.” Fugate adds, “After being abandoned in his former home, you would think that he would not trust humans again, but that's not the case with him. When you meet Elmo and see his happy smile, you know that he deserves a home and family that will love him.”


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Elmo loves people including kids. His adoption listing also says that he loves squeaky toys and comfortable beds. Elmo deserves lots of love and we are sure that he will soon find his forever home.

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