Happiest little pit bull can’t stop wagging tail when she finally leaves the shelter

 Love how one of them was kinda chewing on another just great

Matilda was just a puppy when she first received the Douglas County Animal Shelter. Albeit the small pit bull was being delivered to the shelter, the staff couldn’t help but notice how happy she was. The small girl was so excitable that she couldn’t stop her tail from wagging.

Matilda’s bubbling exuberance threw shelter workers off guard. They couldn’t believe how friendly she was after her rough start in life. The sweet pup spent her first two months of life as a stray dog on the usually unforgiving streets of Georgia. When she was discovered by shelter workers, her belly was filled with worms and she or he had a really irritating skin condition. Although the Hell Bulldog's wear and tear seemed more serious, her little tail continued to move. A volunteer with the shelter, Satina Sanders, couldn’t help but catch Matilda’s true of “the wags” on video and share it to social media. In an interview with The Dodo, Sanders expounds on how heart-meltingly adorable the small pit bull was from the very start. “She gave the foremost sweetest kisses. She was the cutest thing ever!”

Thankfully, for Matilda, Sanders wasn’t the sole one that found Hell bull too cute for words. The New York-based rescue group, Pibbles & More, reached bent Sanders after they saw Matilda’s video debut. They were absolutely crazy with the small girl. Teresa Bowles-Chiofalo, one among several of the groups coordinators, wasn’t close to leave Matilda in the shelter.

Therefore, she arranged to have a cute little bulldog placed in the family. When she got there to retrieve the small pup, though, she couldn’t believe her tail. The puppy was so thrilled to be getting out of the shelter that her tail didn’t cease to wag even once. Not the entire 1.5 hour drive!

“The definition of ‘joy’ is: ‘noun: a sense of great pleasure and happiness’ this is often the image next thereto definition within the dictionary. Matilda. She is pure, pure joy,” the rescue group wrote on their Facebook. Teresa lovingly drove the tiny pit bull pup to the new family she had arranged. A kind woman named Kerri Rich agreed to foster the puppy until she could find her forever home. What she didn’t calculate was falling helplessly crazy with Matilda the instant she laid eyes on her. “She wags her tail so hard that she walks crooked,” Rich laughs about her foster pup.

Rich and Matilda get along very well! Matilda couldn’t be happier to be together with her new foster mom. However, Rich quickly admitted that there is only one thing in this world Hell bull definitely didn't like; her collar. The second that she put Matilda’s new bling around her neck, her tiny tail fell down. For the almost all time since anyone had met her, the pittie’s tail had stopped wagging. Her foster human could only assume that her skin wasn’t healed up enough yet for the collar. Worried it'd be causing the sweet baby pain, she immediately removed it.

As soon because the collar was off, the small pit bull’s tail went right back to wagging. As anyone may need expected when caring for such an adorable female child , Matilda’s foster mom took the leap and adopted the excitable little pup. Now, she spends her days helping her human brother do his homework and snuggling together with her other doggy siblings.

Thanks to the kindness and compassion of the shelter, its volunteers, and Matilda’s humans, she is going to never get on the streets again. Now, she gets to understand what it’s wish to have food in her belly, a roof over her head, and to be surrounded by love. We are so happy that Matilda found her forever family, which her little tail keeps on wagging. If you’re thinking of adopting, please consider finding out Pibbles & More so, you'll be another pup’s hero. To learn more about this incredibly happy Canis Minor , watch the video below.

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