When a dog gets adopted from a shelter house, not just he gets a new family but also gets lots of love that he has never dreamed of. The life of dogs in shelter houses is not easy because there they constantly have to look for attention and love that they totally deserve. 

These voiceless souls can’t express their feeling in words but even they want a good family and a clean space to sleep. Every day, several dogs are dumped on the streets for dying but luckily, they get rescued by shelter houses. And some dogs get even more lucky to find a permanent home for themselves. 

If you want to see happy dogs in their permanent homes, keep scrolling. 

This Pit Bull has bonded well with its new owner.

“I Adopted The Saddest-Looking Cat At The Shelter 3 Years Ago.”

Newly adopted doggo cuddles with its owner a week after getting adopted. Just look at the calm on the doggo’s face.

This doggo seems extremely happy after getting adopted.

“Nearly A Year Ago, Someone Dumped This Sweetheart In The Road And Luckily I Found Her Before She Was Hit By A Car. Now, Look At My Sweet Kitty!”

“Rescued This Kitty, And My Sister Held Him While Road Tripping To His New Home.”

“My Little Rescue Dog Breaks My Heart. He Still Can’t Get Over The Fact That He Has His Very Own Bowl.”

“This Is Alfred. I Adopted Him At 2.5 Years Old. The Woman At The Adoption Center Informed Me That Kittens Are 15x More Likely To Be Adopted.”

“I Rescued A Pregnant Stray Cat, And She Has Already Made Herself At Home!”

“Rescued This 15-Year-Old, Toothless, Derpy Little Nugget 2 Days Ago.”

“One Month Of Being Adopted, Already My Best Bud!”

Little baby!

These photos were taken 3 weeks apart. Now, that’s called the power of love.

After Weeks Of Visiting, We Were Finally Able To Adopt This Beautiful Old Gentleman Yesterday, Who Has Just Turned 10!”

“This Is Freddy, I Rescued Him 8 Years Ago And This Is His Way Of Telling Me He Loves Me.”

“Rescued This Guy From A Family That Moved Away And Left Him On The Porch With An Unopened Bag Of Dog Food.”

“Meet Olive. She Was Rescued From Some Bushes.”

“My Wife And I Rescued These 2 Brothers On Monday. I Think It’s Safe To Say They Are Adjusting Nicely.”

“Bob, Rescued Off The Street, Coming At You Weighing In At 3 Whole Entire Pounds”