National Adopt-A-Less-Adoptable-Pet Week lands homeless shelter pup, ‘Pie’ with a forever family

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On Wednesday, the Spokane Humane Society created a social media post with the hope of finding a handsome pooch named Pie, a home. The animal shelter let page followers know that it is National Adopt-A-Less-Adoptable-Pet week, and though they don’t like the name (preferring “unique” or “quirky” instead) they did hope that sweet Pie could find a family of his own.

The shelter wrote:

In the pictures, Pie may look like he found his forever home but he hasn’t just yet! Pie is only 2-years-old & lived most of his life on the streets of Texas. He was found having the time of his life running & playing with children at recess but soon found himself at a shelter. Pie needed to be transferred because he was having a hard time finding a home, but he found his way to us!

Explaining the Pie most likely never enjoyed a family of his own:

This sweet boy may never have even had a family to call his own before & isn’t quite sure what he’s been doing wrong. He’s been a shelter pet since January of last year. He has lots of energy in his kennel & is just so excited when he meets humans! In fact, one of his previous fosters thought he may be too much to handle but would gave it a try. To their surprise, he settled right down after his walk & was ready to watch TV and snuggle. He really is a love bug that deserves a chance.

But as it turned out, the foster family who took him in had a change of heart after the shelter reached out to the public for help in finding him a home. The shelter updated their post with the happy news:

Within seconds of this post, Pie’s foster parents decided they just couldn’t live life without him. We’re so happy he won their hearts and can live happily-ever-after with his most favorite humans! 🐾

Pie’s new family

Welcome home Pie!!

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