Every shelter has at least one dog that stands out from the others, even though staff members encounter a large number of dogs while working there.
Beautiful Matilda was accepted into the Douglas County Animal Shelter. Since Matilda was typically upbeat and eager, the staff at the shelter immediately noticed that she had an unusual attitude. As soon as Matilda got to the shelter, she was adopted.
This was a great surprise to the doctors there, especially given how difficult Matilda’s first few months of life were.
The two-month-old puppy was found by the shelter with skin irritation and worm infestation. Since the day she was born, she had lived as a stray dog on the streets of Georgia.
But despite all of those difficulties, she never lost her positive outlook on life and never stopped wagging her tail.
The Dodo was informed by a volunteer by the name of Santina Sanders that the woman in question gave the “most amazing kisses.” She was the cutest thing that had ever existed, according to someone.
Another animal rescue organization that fell in love with the adorable puppy was Pibbles & More Animal Rescue because of how she interacted with the other animals. Sanders wasn’t the only person to notice Matilda’s pleasant disposition.
One of the organization’s directors, Teresa Bowles-Chiofalo, developed a bond with the happy and vivacious Matilda, and as a result, she decided to rescue the dog from the shelter and place her in a foster family.
The puppy was so obviously happy when the dog’s foster father arrived to pick her up that she didn’t stop wagging her tail for the entire hour and a half ride.
She wags her tail so hard that it twists the way she walks.
Although Matilda was a friendly dog, she had a particular dislike for collars. She stopped wagging her tail when Rich, her foster father, tried to put a collar on her, which was a clear sign that she did not like the collar.
The adorable dog, however, is ecstatic about everything else in her new house besides the collar.
She enjoys playing with her toys, spending time with her foster siblings, and helping her human brother with his schoolwork. She frequently visits her human brother at home to help him with his duties.