Hugging dog’s hopeful adoption fell through and it wasn’t his fault

In Union Springs, Alabama, social media nearly did it again – Speck had a hopeful adoption after having been at the Bullock County Humane Society since October 2018, but unforeseen circumstances due to COVID-19 foiled the plans.

Speck loves to hold out his paw for a hug; he was not to blame for the adoption falling through – human error. He is healthy and ready for a new home.

Speck’s advocate, Desiray Miracle-Wilder posted a heartwarming video of Speck asking for help finding the three-year-old collie mix a home. It almost worked.

Desiray wrote:

“He’s really hard to pass while cleaning. He literally just wants you to hold his hand. He is going to make a wonderful pet to someone. Speck has been in the shelter since 10/18/2018 and is still looking for a forever home. He is kid friendly, UTD on shots, neutered and heartworm negative.”

“Edited to add:
I had just got done playing in the yard with him and he didn’t want me to leave. We do play and love on all 45 of them.
And I would take him home but we already have 2 big dogs, 7 chickens, 1 cameleon, 4 cats, and 20 foster cats. I can’t take them all home.”

Please share Speck with friends, family and social media contacts. Sharing does save lives. If interested in giving this boy a new home or becoming a foster parent, contact the Bullock County Humane Society in Union Springs, Alabama at 334.738.7387. You can also message Desiray via Facebook.

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