Cross-Eyed Husky Rejected By A Breeder Cause She ‘Looked Weird’ Is Up For Adoption

In the age of social media, it’s easy for pictures of adorable animals to go viral. It happens quite often. It would seem that every week there is a new viral sensation taking over the internet with their cute looks or their adorable antics.

Dennis is a 4-year-old border collie. But what makes him so unique is that he’s got a condition called strabismus, meaning that his eyes wander in different directions.

Dennis was left at Dogs Trust in England. However, according to a post on Facebook, the rescue center struggled to find Dennis a forever home because of his crossed eyes.

Thankfully, Dennis soon caught the attention – and hearts – of 38-year-old Liz Parkes and her partner, who were in search of a friend for Milo, their 6-year-old Collie.

“My name is Jubilee. I’m a 4-year-old female husky who has been with Husky House for a long time. I came from a ‘breeder’ who couldn’t sell me because he said I was ‘weird’ looking. Huskies are majestic looking dogs and I don’t know why I don’t look like them,” the post read. “I wish I was beautiful so someone would want me to be their dog.”

“I like other dogs, but I don’t like cats. I love people, but I’m a little shy because people mostly laugh at the way I look.”

“Doesn’t anyone want a funny looking husky? I wish I had a family of my own who could love me even though I’m not pretty.”

According to The Daily Mail, the couple recently celebrated their one-year anniversary with Dennis and treated him to a special cake decorated with dog bones and heart-shaped treats.

Husky House also included a link where those interested could fill out an application to adopt Jubilee, noting in the comments section that only those who lived a “reasonable distance” from the Matawan shelter would be considered, as the group requires home visits as a part of its adoption services.

My name is Jubilee. I’m a 4 year old female husky who has been with Husky House for a long time. I came from a “breeder”…

Posted by Husky House on Tuesday, January 14, 2020

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