Love Does Wonders: 10 Animals That Have Changed Beyond Recognition After They Found New Homes

Animals

December 14, 2018 17:24 By Fabiosa

Love and care can do wonders not only with people but also with other creatures. Many animals that were born or for some reason turned out to be on the street soon get very dirty, exhausted and shabby. They eventually lose faith in a bright future. However, it is never too late to help stray pets and rescue an animal from the street or a shelter!

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Today, we want to introduce you to 10 real stories of animals who changed beyond recognition after they found a new home.

Digit could barely see and didn’t realize he was looking at his savior.

I found this little guy at work and he was so close to death the vet said he was probably not going to pull through, but 3 weeks later we were finally able to take him home. Meet Digit. from r/BeforeNAfterAdoption

Little Ivy looked so scared that you can hardly recognize that dinky dog in the smiling pitbull on the right.

My sweet girl, Ivy, 5 years ago versus now! from r/BeforeNAfterAdoption

Their trip to a new home must have been a difficult journey, but it definitely paid off.

Street cats from spain. My new year miracle. from r/BeforeNAfterAdoption

Can you believe the sassy cat on the right was on the brink of death 5 years ago?

Heard some meowing coming from a drain 5 years ago. That shy and afraid kitten is now a sassy bosscat. from r/BeforeNAfterAdoption

She used to loathe people. Now, she is a smiling pup that is fond of her owner.

Only dog who wouldn’t go near anyone, to a dog who loves people. from r/BeforeNAfterAdoption

You can see how his sad eyes miraculously transformed into loyal with a new owner in a new home.

When I first saw Buddy, after his family of 4 years surrendered him to a shelter, to now. He doesn't let me out of his sight. from r/BeforeNAfterAdoption

The right attitude will transform the naughtiest pet into a best friend.

My parents' cat - nervous kitten to floof queen from r/BeforeNAfterAdoption

… and a right barber to get rid of the extra hair.

Little Jaimie is celebrating one year with us, he just needed some love from r/BeforeNAfterAdoption

Theis poor canine could barely stay conscious when it was picked for a home.

From first time sleeping indoors to having a personal driver. from r/BeforeNAfterAdoption

Can you see the pain in the eyes on the left? It was exchanged entirely with confidence on the right!

Meet Wyatt! Day one and then a year later. from r/BeforeNAfterAdoption

As mentioned above, love and care can transform anyone beyond recognition! What transformation impressed you most? Have you ever witnessed a similar situation? Share your experience in the comments!

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