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It’s always nice when a sad story has a happy ending.
Last week, an animal rescue in Northern New Jersey, and posted a picture of a dog sitting by its owner and an empty bed. What is a 3-year-old Lab mix and appeared to not be aware that his owner had recently passed away and we had to wait for him to come back.
The photograph that drew the attention of the Internet, and the shelter that had taken him, and received hundreds of offers to adopt the dog, Good Morning America reports.
Fortunately for Jackson, things worked out. The eleventh Hour Rescue of Randolph, N. J’, is confirmed to Fox News that is the rest of the food has been approved.
The tear-jerking image was originally uploaded to Facebook by NorthStar, Pet Rescue, in Boonton, N. J., who is engaged in an Eleventh-Hour to find the Moose a new home. Since it was published, the picture has been shared thousands of times.
SAD THING IS, A DOG WILL HAVE TO WAIT FOR DEAD OWNER TO COME HOME
The eleventh Hour, they are posted on Facebook, “What has been adopted by a wonderful family who care and love him for the rest of your life!!!” The family took the rest of the food is a local New Jersey family, and ONE of the reports.
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In accordance with an animal shelter, Moose was found tied to a railroad sign at in Georgia back in march of 2017. After spending a few months in a local shelter, Moose was moved to the Eleventh Hour. It was there that he was taken in by his previous owner, who recently passed away. The animal shelter took the Moose back, and helped him in his search for a new home.
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In a statement to Fox News, a spokesperson for the shelter said, “the Eleventh Hour Rescue’s adoption policy is that if a company is not able to keep any of our dogs that, for whatever reason, the dog must come back to us, and so the Moose did just that. No matter how busy we are, we will always make room for one of our own.”