Elvis, the only dog ​​left behind after an adoption event, is adopted by a former Elvis impersonator

Elvis’ adoption story wasn’t all rainbows and unicorns, but it led to a happily ever after.

On November 11, the Anti-Cruelty Society (ACS) held an adoption event called “Fall In Love”. And it was a happy day for 22 dogs and 39 cats who found their forever homes.

But shortly after, ACS shared on Facebook that only one dog had not found its forever home at the event and was asking for help finding a home for the pooch.

The Chicago shelter shared in a Facebook post: “Elvis is the only dog ​​who didn’t find a home at our Fall in Love adoption event.”

Elvis came into the ACS as a stray dog ​​and suffered a broken pelvis. But despite this, he recovered under the care of ACS and they now describe him as a “3 year old meatball with the silliest personality.”

“He met a lot of potential adopters but unfortunately was not adopted. » ACS Revealed.

Three days later, after the shelter’s post about Elvis went viral, the three-year-old dog was finally adopted.

And the Anti-Cruelty Society announced the good news on Facebook and said: “Elvis has left the building!”

They shared, “His adopters were waiting for the right moment to welcome a dog into their family and when they saw Elvis on the news, they couldn’t deny that it was destiny!”

And the best? One of Elvis’ new parents, Loren, has worked as an Elvis impersonator in the past and said he plans to keep the pooch’s iconic name!

ACS shared that Elvis’ new parents are “the head that heals in love” with him and already has a dog bed and tons of toys to welcome home the new member of their family.

Drew, Elvis’s new parent, said: “When no one else wanted him, we found him. We’re all a bunch of misfits. »


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