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There’s no place like home for the holidays, especially for a long term home to a dog that was eventually adopted by a fur-ever family after a more than 500-day wait.
Last week, a 5-year-old pit bull mix named Bonita, went home with her new owner, the after-life, on-the Niagara County SPCA in Niagara Falls, new york, new york for more than a year and a half. The 5-year-old pup was in the shelter’s longest-term resident, and has been officially endorsed by Ray Kinz on Dec. 12, Fox 13 reports.
The TOWN of the officers, and felt Bonita was in a home with no children or other dogs, and there is a lot of one-on-one attention to the requirements, which, ultimately, proved to be difficult for you to adjust according to the dog blog Dogspot.
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“For nearly two years, and the prospective adopters walked right past her kennel,” the blog said. “Bonita and looked at all the other dogs find a forever home, but she never seemed to be her turn.”
Island’s luck changed, however, when the Kinz went to the shelter and fell instantly in love with the cute little mutt.
Last Thursday, the pooch got to be the fairy tail ending they deserved, and left the shelter for good, and receive the best Christmas gift for a rescue dog ever,” with a new place to live.
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Ray-Kinz, on the right, with his dog Bonita.
(The Niagara SPCA)
In a now-viral video footage is divided by the Niagara SPCA on Facebook, the rescue dog given a grand escort out of the building of the former members of the family” at the shelter, by Fox 13. Pride is held on a leash by her new dad, Bonita, joy, jump, running down the path as well as the spectators cheered and threw confetti into a feel-good clip, which has since been viewed more than 4.3 million times online.
“Everyone loves her so much, and so many of our employees have grown accustomed to seeing her every day, and I know that we are all going to miss her a lot,” shelter, event coordinator, marie t. LaRussa said of the show. “She’s the woman of the house, which I’m sure is a dream come true for her.”
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Kinz has already made an Instagram page to document his own life, and the times for the special dog in mind.