If there is a common wish among all dogs at animal shelters, it would be finding their families with whom they could spend their lives with. Dogs at animal shelters across the United Kingdom share this kind of wish, but sometimes the odds are not on their side. Many volunteers from different animal shelters feel the pain of dogs who spend the holidays inside the shelters.
This is why these volunteers are doing their best to find these dogs’ homes during the holiday season. For this year, the volunteers helped the dogs craft letters to Santa Claus to be adopted as soon as possible.
With the current novel coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, it is challenging for the volunteers to care for the dog. This is why these volunteers hope that many citizens would open their doors for dogs this holiday season.
Although several dogs are looking for forever homes, the volunteers from different animal shelters around the UK have chosen dogs they will prioritize. Two of the lucky dogs are Kelly and Lillie, who both came from Dogs Trust Newbury.
Kelly and Lillie are chosen because the two dogs have already spent most of their years inside the animal shelter. The volunteers thought that the two dogs deserve to find forever homes and experience life outside the shelters.
In their letter to Santa Clause, Kelly and Lillie hope that they would be adopted before the year ends. The letter likewise contained pertinent information about the two dogs and their nuances in life.
Although the volunteers understand that it would be a long shot, they are hopeful that good-hearted individuals would heed the two dogs’ request. According to the volunteers, if the two dogs became unsuccessful in getting adopted before the year ends, they will try their luck next year.
Credits to Welfare of Dogs.