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Depressed Pit Bull filmed 'Crying' at shelter after being used for breeding then dumped

 'Every time I stopped to talk to her and say I was sorry her eyes would fill with tears.' This animal hero deserves all the praise in the world for what she did 

In 2017, Sarah Sleime, a visitor of the Charlotte Mecklenburg Animal Care & Control shelter filmed a Pitbull mix named Cinnamon crying at the shelter and uploaded the video to her Facebook. 

Sarah Sleime may be a frequent visitor to her local animal shelter, the Charlotte Mecklenburg Animal Care & Control. Located in North Carolina, the shelter is usually on the brink of capacity and there are an excellent many furry residents that come to the shelter after having a rough time in life.

Sarah has always been incredibly hooked in to animals. She feels that one among her life’s callings is to try to to all she will to assist these shelter pups know that they're loved while they wait to be adopted.

Every once and a short time a specific pooch stands bent Sarah for one reason another, typically something within the dog’s disposition melts her heart on sight. one among those dogs was a Pitbull mix named Cinnamon that she fell crazy with initially sight. Cinnamon’s darling face and sad story shook Sarah to the core.

“Every time i ended to speak to her and say i used to be sorry her eyes would fill with tears," she wrote within the caption of her facebook video.

Before being rescued by the shelter, Cinnamon was likely used for breeding. Cinnamon was 7 years old and she or he was abandoned at the shelter after clearly parturition to several litters of pups. However, none of her puppies were dropped off together with her . Sarah knew directly that she had to try to to everything in her power to form sure that this special dog found its forever home.

Sarah noticed that not only did Cinnamon’s eyes show her longing to be a part of a person's family, but the dog actually appeared to shred when Sarah would stop and ask her. Sarah used the facility of social media to capture a video of Cinnamon to post on Facebook.

The video spread quickly. one among Sarah’s friends decided to adopt the dog a couple of days later, Sarah shared an adorable video of the day Cinnamon met her new family. The sweet dog acted as if she had known her new human family her entire life. Cinnamon went from a tragic dog to a cheerful member of her new family, always smiling and wagging her tail.