It’s hard to imagine waiting 720 days and hoping for someone to come along and adopt you. That’s the situation for a four-year-old dog named Drools at a shelter in Monte Vista, Colorado. Workers at the shelter are hoping a recent media story about Drools will help land him a forever, loving home so he can snuggle and be happy.
Relay For Rescue employee, Kacey Widetich, says poor Drools has set a record for the length of time in the shelter. The cute Pitbull/Boxer mixed breed has been getting some company the past few nights so he doesn’t have to be alone. Katy has been spending her nights in the kennel cuddled up with Drools. She knows in her heart the right person is out there somewhere for Drools.
“Because we’re kind of particular about what kind of forever home he goes to,” Katy shared. “He does need to go to a home where he’ll be the only pet, no other dogs or cats.”
Drools is a perfect dog for the right person. He knows basic commands, is up to date on vaccines, is neutered, has moderate energy, loves to be petted and snuggled, and he needs to be an only pet. Anyone interested in learning more about Drools can visit the Relay For Rescue website or the Conour Rescue Facebook page. Press play to see Drools in action in the video below.