So many animals need our help.
There are so many animals in shelters that get overlooked just because they’re older or don’t look as ‘nice’. And when I say nice, I mean they don’t have the most luscious fur or have some sort of health problems and people choose to ignore them. However, these animals are the ones who desperately need our help. If we just take them in and give them love, they can transform into beautiful butterflies. And we have the proof right here.
I am sure you have seen many transformations pictures of animals before and these are similar to those. Even if you think that we are the ones helping g an animal, we have to remember our pets do a lot for us as well. It has been scientifically proven that having a pet can make you happier. Not only that but having a pet has a generally positive effect on one’s life. Just take a look at the following innocent faces and tell me that you don’t agree.
#1 Are we sure this is the same cat?
The first picture shows my boyfriend’s cat when he found her in the rain, meowing alone. The second pic is a few days after he cleaned her up and fed her. And the third pic is her today, 6 months after he found her.
#2 She looks so much happier and healthier now.
It’s been 4 months since I found Marley and her puppies. She was living as part of a feral pack for 13 months after being abandoned, and it took me 3 months to gain her trust. She seems to know everything’s going to be alright now.
#3 Such an adorable looking poodle.
Abandoned outside of a shop in September last year — who’d have known she was such cutie! 11 months later, living in a new country and remarkably well-trained.
#4 Just look at the difference on his face? He has such a big smile in the after picture.
Can’t believe this ding dong was in the shelter for over 6 months! We’ve had him for almost 2 years now and cannot imagine life without him.
#5 Rosie certainly is quite majestic.
What a difference a year makes… From living in an alley in −4°F weather, to queen of the household. Meet Rosie.
Animals might require our help but it is only because we are the ones who have domesticated them. They can happily live in the wild if we hadn’t done that. And so many cat and dog breeds are just not meant to go outside at all because of their stature.
#6 In only 6 months, that tail has gotten so fluffy.
#7 He looks more like a fox than a dog actually.
This is my love Lape. I found him when visiting home (Lithuania), and brought him back with me to Denmark. He was found in bad condition.
He’s been with us for 4 years now, he’s overcome many issues, and grown a lot of beautiful hair. He’s the best boy and my biggest love!
#8 From a shelter to the king of the house, Meet Archie.
#9 I have never seen such a beautiful dog before.
April 2018: scared, abused, malnourished, over-bred at 1.5 years. September 2019: trusting, healthy, fixed, incredibly loved. She saved me just as much as I saved her.
#10 I might have spoken too soon on the beautiful part.
Lily is my Great Pyrenees rescue. Left side, day of adoption and afraid of everything at 18 months old. 6 years later, in-charge of the world.
#11 Many cats just love bathrooms which I can’t explain.
Odin, the day I found him in a trash can behind a Walgreens and Odin, 5 years later. The bathroom is still his favorite place to hang out.
Have you ever adopted or rescued an animal? If so did they physically change afterwards? Comment down below and let us know.