At the point when destitute pit bull Rush landed at SICSA Pet Adoption Center in October 2015, he was pitiful and terrified. The selection focus did all that they could to make Rush agreeable. They gave him bunches of adoration and treats, and they additionally furnished him with a comfortable bed. Multi day, shield laborers strolled past Rush’s pet hotel and saw a stunning sight. Surge was making his own particular bed!
Rush started making his bed every single day. And so, a shelter worker decided to shoot a video of Rush’s unique behavior. They shot about a minute of footage of Rush carefully moving his blanket around. SICSA put the video on YouTube. To their surprise, it quickly went viral, receiving over a million views. SICSA posted a cute photo to their Facebook page celebrating their internet-famous pup.
The shelter received tons of requests from news agencies who wanted to feature Rush. The shelter used this platform to talk about why pit bulls make such great pets. “There are a lot of negative stereotypes about the American pit bull. If we were able to highlight the cute cuddly points of Rush, then we can help people look beyond the pit bull label,” Nora Vondrell, executive director of SICSA, Ohio, told ABC News. With all the attention, it wasn’t long before the perfect adopters came to see Rush.
The wife texted her husband excitedly and said, ‘I think I want him.’ Her husband was ready for another dog too, and so after work, they headed right over to SICSA to see if Rush was still available. As they were heading to the shelter, they received a sign that they were making the right move. They passed a Cincinnati Bengals billboard that said ‘Rush to be there.’ However, ‘to be there’ was in small letters, so all the couple saw at first was the word ‘Rush.’ And just like that, they knew they were heading in the right direction.