Georgia Shelter Shares Sad Video of Black Dogs Who Have No Applications

Why won't anyone give them a chance?

It breaks our hearts to think about all the pups sitting in shelters waiting to be adopted. Unfortunately, there are many dogs across the country who are waiting for their perfect person to come along and take them home. One shelter is trying to give some of their adoptable pups an extra boost to find an owner.

Fayette County Animal Shelter in Peachtree City, Georgia recently shared a video on their TikTok, @fayetteanimalshelter, of some of the dogs available for adoption. In the video, they introduce us to four black dogs who haven't received any applications for adoption yet! Check out the video to see these good pups for yourself and to help them find their forever homes.

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Awww, these pups are so cute! We can't believe they haven't had anyone interested in adopting them yet. If we could, we would take them all home!

People in the comments couldn't believe how cute these dogs are. @u.know.tha.vibe_13 said, "They're all so freaking precious," and @yassinatorrrr commented, "I'm going to cry eyes out, they're all so cute!" We think this reaction is totally justified when seeing such cute pups!

Others wished they could adopt these dogs themselves. @jordynwride_ commented, "Send them all here. I love them. They look like the happiest babies!" and @urmomisahotpotato said, "I literally want them all. I love bigger dogs." We hope someone who saw the video is able to adopt these pups!

These pups sat so well for this video, it's clear they would make amazing pets. We know they'll find their forever homes soon—no one can resist their charm for long!

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