Special Needs Dog Was Stood Up by His Adopters, Now Hundreds Want to Give Him a Home
Jack is a 9-month-old American bulldog with spina bifida who is currently with Peaches Bully Rescue in West Chester, Ohio
A special needs puppy is still in search of his forever home!
Jack, a 9-month-old American bulldog with spina bifida, is the "sweetest," according to the rescue that's caring for him.
Peaches Bully Rescue in West Chester, Ohio, said Jack was supposed to meet his potential adopters last week, but they never showed up.
"Jack was very sad when his meet-and-greet person was a no show, no call," the rescue wrote on its Facebook page. "He had a bath, got his fancy harness on, had a fresh diaper, and a dedicated foster team that drove 40 mins each way just to end in huge disappointment. Obviously, that wasn't his family."
The post went viral, and the rescue received hundreds of inquiries from loving families looking to adopt the sweet puppy.
So far, more than 600 inquiries and 200 adoption applications have poured in, the rescue said on Facebook. People from all over the world have sent Jack toys and donated to help him find his forever home.
"Who knew that our little Jack Jack would be so widely loved," Peaches Bully Rescue wrote.
That doesn't stop the little guy from getting around though.
"We have had many people ask if Jack is mobile and to answer, absolutely!" the rescue wrote, alongside a video of him exploring.
"He can walk around the house, run if he really wants something, and can do a few stairs as needed. Like most bullies, if they want to get somewhere they will."
According to his rescue profile, Jack's favorite activity is "wiggling on the couch with his toys and humans."
This story originally appeared on people.com