After 14 failed adoptions, Ronald the rescue dog was dubbed “unlucky.” The “sweet and clumsy” 64-pound mixed breed puppy arrived at the SPCA of Wake County in North Carolina in December and went home with multiple families, but each of them decided he wasn’t the right fit for them and brought him back to the animal rescue organization.
Ronald’s luck changed when the SPCA of Wake County shared Ronald’s “unlucky” history in a Facebook post that went viral. Hundreds of people reached out, hoping to break his unlucky streak and adopt him. Kiersten Davis was one of those who saw the post and wanted to give Ronald a home, and at first, she was put on a waitlist, but when his adoption fell through, the pup was hers.
Now Ronald is adjusting to his life in his new home in Fort Bragg with Davis, her husband, their two young sons, and their three-year-old Australian Shepherd, Billie. “I was not intimidated at all by the energetic puppy behavior,” Davis says. “I live with two boys, ages seven and four, so I am used to the chaos and crazy.” They’re all one big happy family now and Ronald is getting all the cuddles he wants.
Source: Fox News