Animals are simple, they are alien to hidden patterns. They respond to good with loyalty and evil with alienation. And it is only in special cases that this axiom fails.
Roscoe came to the Washington shelter as a puppy. Despite the concern of the workers, he behaved in an original way, did not establish any contact and was constantly sad. This made the volunteers wonder if he had been able to have a loving family in the past. Hoping for nothing, kind people posted a post about him on social media. Who knows, suddenly the former owner will receive news.
A miracle happened. Soon, a farmer called the shelter, saying his pet had gone missing three years ago. He had been searching for a long time, going through all possible listings. But the baby never came. The man was invited to the institution so he could make sure his friend spent his days so sadly.
When the farmer showed up, no proof was required. As soon as he smelled it, Roscoe stirred and rushed over to the man, happily wagging his tail. The kid couldn’t hold back and started crying, because the wait was finally over.
The owner took away Rant’s pet — that’s his real name — and now there’s no record of the animal’s former restraint.