After 4 Long Months Apart, Man Keeps Promise To Re-Adopt Dog He Was Forced To Surrender

 'Animals are our family. He’s home. He’s home, and he’s happy.'

When you can get a dog, you only know! For Lewis, that point had come. He went over to the Austin Animal Shelter and asked if he could adopt a dog from them. After walking around and meeting a couple of the pups there, his heart settled on one. Titus was an 8-month-old pup that Lewis connected with.

Titus may be a Pitbull. This breed has historically been characterized by difficult random numbers for adoption from shelters. It’s through no fault of their own, but the reputation that they need due to some terrible people in the world. The problem started when Lewis brought his puppy home. The problems weren’t with the dog, however, but with the people in his apartment complex. Titus was adopted in 2013 from the animal shelter, and after a couple of years, those problems would end in something terrible. One of the neighbors at the apartment complex repeatedly complained to Lewis’ landlord.

Unfortunately, this person is already dissatisfied with living in a complicated environment with the bulldog, and has a resentment that Titus can't compete with. Lewis did everything he could to form things work and to make a secure and amicable environment for everybody . Finally, things came to a tipping point. After this person complained to the management several times, things were ready. Lewis was doing everything in his power to ease tensions all the while. AOne day he would wake up at 4 in the morning, just to guide Titus when no one gets up. Sadly, one day, Lewis’ 10-year-old grandson took Titus on a walk and saw the matter neighbor. The neighbor claimed that Titus lunged and nipped the top of his finger!

There was no thanks to prove things, a method to the opposite, so Lewis did what he had to so as to possess an area to measure – he took Titus back to the shelter after four years of living with him. Lewis’s heart was broken, but he immediately need to act finding how to urge his dog back. Lewis would visit the shelter to see on Titus as often as possible, hoping to seek out an answer soon. Every time he visited Titus, he promised him that he would be back for him as soon as possible. Luckily, the Austin Animal Shelter rarely euthanized animals, so for the nonce, Titus was somewhat safe, if not happy. After four months of torture, he was finally ready to find housing in their price range!

Nearly half a year after this terrible ordeal, Lewis scored. He found a house to rent and made his own rules about the dog he had on his property! It's time to take Titus home! “Titus got many love here at the shelter from staff and volunteers. He went on regular walks, played with toys, and got many treats. News of Titus’ reunion spread through the shelter pretty quickly and there have been tears from everyone.” – Austin Animal Shelter

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