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Husky Who Has Been Rejected Many Times Because Of Her ‘Weird’ Face Finally Gets Adopted

People are too much about outward appearances.

Don’t get me wrong, all of us have a bit of shallowness inside us but this is taking it to a new height. I thought we all agreed that it doesn’t matter how an animal looks. But apparently, there are many people in the world who abandon their pets just because they don’t look ‘normal.’ Would you ever do something similar if it was your baby or any other family member? Well, when we choose to take these animals home, they do become a family member as well.

So we should never just decide to let an adorable doggo go just because he might look silly to some. Because at the end of the day, does it really matter? Don’t we get pets because we want a companion in our life and we feel happy every time they cuddle with us? Well, where does their appearance play a role in this whole situation? | Website

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This is Jubilee, the doggo we are talking about today.


As you can see Jubilee was born with what is known as crossed eyes or congenital strabismus. And this is exactly why she was rejected again and again by every home she went to. People made fun of her face and thus didn’t want her. I cannot understand the thinking behind that. Because if you aren’t willing to take care of an adorable doggo like this then you don’t want to get any dog.

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. 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.

And she looks like such a happy go lucky girl as well!


I can understand that some people don’t want to get pets with medical conditions because they don’t have the wealth that is needed to take care of a serious health issue. But having crossed eyes isn’t really an illness. So I can’t understand why she was first abandoned by the breeders she came from. And then nobody would adopt her.

However, thankfully since Husky House made a Facebook post, people came together and showered the doggo with compliments. And at the end of the day, it did work out because soon after she was adopted by a loving family and has made many more husky friends which sounds like a dream to me.

If you want to help Husky House, you can check out what they are all about by going to their website. They are always in need of volunteers and people who want to adopt a husky. So if you have ever always wanted a doggo, this might be your chance.


What do you think?