Because of his ‘ugly’ appearance, no one wants to adopt this poor pit bull

All dogs in shelters around the world want to have a family.However, because humans usually adopt pets based on their appearances, the wish of having a forever home appears to take longer for some older dogs who do not have a “cute” look.

But, regardless, every dog deserves love and a forever home, just like this pup who waited for years to find his family and was finally granted his wish.

This is Wally, a sweet Pitbull who does not look like your average dog but has had a difficult life and now all he wants is some love and care.

Wally was a stray and nearly ten years old when he was brought to the Town of Islip Animal Shelter on Long Island, New York.

This is Wally, a sweet Pitbull who does not look like your average dog but has had a difficult life and now all he wants is some love and care.

Wally was a stray and nearly ten years old when he was brought to the Town of Islip Animal Shelter on Long Island, New York.

According to The Dodo, he was suffering from health issues such as blindness in one eye and a skin infection.All of this gave the poor dog a look that worried the shelter staff, who were afraid he would never be adopted.The dog proved to have a wonderful personality and quickly became the staff’s favorite.”He slobbers on you and will do anything for food,” veterinary technician Danielle Gorle told The Dodo.”He also likes to sit around and do nothing.”

“Wally is an incredible walrus/hippo/rhino dog who really just needs a home to spend his golden years in!”Jen, a shelter volunteer, posted on Facebook.

“He is a little mush and a volunteer favorite.”

Many visitors were unable to see past the dog’s appearance, and he had to wait a year for a home because he needed to be a one because he does not get along with other animals.According to the shelter staff, his well-being began to suffer as a result of his inability to be adopted.

“He appears to be declining,” Gorle observed.”When he first came in, he was happier.He enjoys going out, but he appears depressed in his kennel.”

Fortunately, Wally’s story has a happy ending.

A month after he went viral and we first wrote about him, the shelter announced that Wally had finally found his forever home.

“He is relaxing comfortably and looks fantastic!” wrote the shelter.

We are overjoyed for the adorable pup; every dog deserves to be loved and cared for.