Animals are honest, and they are uninterested in concealed motives. They react to virtue with allegiance and coldness to evil. Only in exceptional circumstances does this principle fail.
Roscoe was a puppy when he was brought to the Washington shelter. Despite the concerns of the workers, he continued to act in a strange manner, avoided eye contact with others, and seemed to be depressed at all times. As a result, the volunteers began to question whether he had ever been raised by a loving family in the past. People who cared about him posted a post about him on social media without expecting anything in return. Who knows, the old owner may be informed of the situation.
A miracle happened. A farmer phoned the shelter shortly after, claiming that his pet had gone missing three years earlier. He had been looking for it for a long time, going through all of the available advertising. The doggie, on the other hand, did not appear. The guy was called to the facility so that he could confirm that it was really his buddy who was spending his days years ago.
When the farmer arrived, there was no need for evidence. As soon as Roscoe caught a glimpse of the guy, he grew anxious and rushed over to him, his tail wagging joyously. It was impossible for the dog to keep his tears from streaming down his face as the long wait had finally ended.
The owner took his pet Rant — that’s his actual name — from the shelter, and there is now no sign of the animal’s past depression.