22 soul-warming photos of animals before and after they found their homeBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/article/22-soul-warming-photos-of-animals-before-and-after-they-found-their-home.html
What happiness it is to have your own home! It's so simple, but at the same time so important… Many people have it, but don't appreciate it. And some animals do not manage to know this joy until the end of their lives.
Fortunately, the animals from our selection were a little more lucky than the others. They found their home and loving owners. And it changed them beyond recognition!
"We found Apollo skinny, with a broken jaw, open wounds, parasites, ticks and multiple infections. Now it is a completely healthy and happy cat"
My ribs used to stick out, and now my tummy.
Changes for the better.
"The photo was taken a year after I took him thin and sick from the orphanage"
The difference is obvious!
"I took the most unfriendly cat in the shelter. He was very scared, hostile towards people. No one wants to take it… After 8 months of love and care, his heart finally thawed, and now it's a lump of warmth and affection"
"The day we took him away, and now"
"Bobby 20 months later."
"Hazel lost a paw, but found her home next to me."
Love and care can work wonders!
This baby was found in a parking lot with a broken jaw after being bitten by another dog. Now she is completely healthy and, apparently, happy with life.
From a skinned, flea-ridden, skinny cat to a fluffy house lord.
It's amazing how much can change in just 3 weeks!
"They found him dehydrated in the midst of the summer heat."
What a handsome boy was hiding under the unkempt hair.
"No one wanted to take him away. But I made up my mind and never regretted it!"
How much happiness appears in the eyes when you find your master!
Five years later.
Six months in a new house.
"A friend found this kid under the hood of a car at work. Kotan had problems with his leg and, as it turned out, with ringworm, which in the end we all picked up… But it was worth it! He has been with us for 1.5 years"
"The photo on the left is the first bathing after she was brought to a new house. The photo on the right is now."
From a scared, abandoned, dirty and flea-ridden to a clean, well-groomed and family-loved kitten.