A homeless senior dog, who tucks himself in at a Quincy, Michigan, animal shelter each night, will no longer be alone. The Humane Society of Branch County has announced that the dog, named Scooter, has been adopted.
In an updated Facebook post, the animal shelter shared the good news:
Thank you everyone!!!! I believe a past adopter will be coming in the morning for Scooter!!!! Thank you for the love and caring hearts here!
UPDATE: SCOOTER HAS BEEN ADOPTED
On Saturday, a woman commenting on Scooter’s Facebook thread writes:
I will be there in the morning! Scooter will be spoiled and loved to enjoy his senior years!! 💞🐶
Scooter was taking in at the animal shelter after the death of his owner. He garnered a great deal of attention because of his nightly routine of tucking himself into blankets at the shelter.
Prior article about Scooter here.
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