Woman Gets Attention For Adopting A Dog And Buying The Owner’s House

She is a wonderful woman ❤

Buying a new house is a big deal. Adjusting to a new bedroom, yard and even area—there is a lot to think about. But one internet user recently shared how she purchased a new home and adopted the previous owners’ dog at the same time.

Misty Ann, from Livingston, Texas, uploaded a video in February of her drive to her new home and shot from the front before meeting Ranger, an elderly dog.

The text overlay in the film, which has received more than 3.2 million views, says: “When you buy a house and adopt the dog of the deceased owners… You won’t be lonely anymore, Ranger.”

Misty Ann told Newsweek: “When I was looking at the house for purchase, the late owners’ son explained that due to his own medical needs, he couldn’t bring the ranger home but had to give it to him. eat everyday. Rangers have been alone for about three months – I offer rangers as part of the home purchase as most things are left in place when the owner comes over. “

The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals estimates that each year, 6.3 million companion animals are placed in shelters in the United States. They predict that 4.1 million animals from shelters, including 2 million dogs and 2.1 million cats, are adopted each year.

TikTok users congratulated Misty Ann for welcoming the elderly dog ​​into her new home and flocked to the comments section to express their happiness.

“This brought me to tears. Thanks for your interest in Ranger,” one person commented. Another said: “I’m glad you have a good heart, most people would get rid of the dog. Thank you for accepting him into your life as part of your family.”

Misty Ann has continued to post videos of Ranger, TikTok’s favorite senior dog, including clips of him whining when asked to come out and his adorable reactions every time his new owner leaves. home. She regularly updates her followers on Ranger’s progress.

“Rangers are a few. He’s pretty stubborn and obstinate in his ways,” says Misty Ann. “He is very demanding and likes a lot of delicious food. He was a pleasure to have and made us feel comfortable and welcome in a previously unknown home. He runs the neighborhood without a leash and is called a friendly watchdog by his neighbors.”

“We did the same thing when we got the house. Two beautiful dogs and a herd of cattle. The dogs are gone since then but I love those dogs so much,” commented another viewer.

As reported by Misty Ann from Ranger’s veterinarian, Ranger is quite old, has a grieving heart, and may have lung cancer. “But he’s doing well right now,” she added. “The love for Ranger is overwhelming and it’s a wonderful thing to be a part of.”

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