Eyeless puppy who’s alone in world finally finds perfect ‘best friend’

Puddin is content in her new home.Puddin had been brought into this world with no concept of love.Her owners neglected her to the point where an eye infection took her sight.She was rescued from her Texas home and taken in by the Texas Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA).But by then, she was completely blind and required the removal of both of her eyes.Cory Gonzales, 22, fell in love with her despite her disability.

“When I first saw Puddin online, I fell in love with her ears, of all things.I came back in the day after I met her and adopted her!”I think we both feel so fortunate to have met,” Gonzales said.Puddin is a very happy dog despite the fact that she is blind.

She is loving and affectionate, and she is always sniffing around.This is because she relies heavily on her sense of smell to compensate for her lack of vision.She is constantly putting things in her mouth and enjoys playing fetch with balls and bells.

Puddin’s father expressed his admiration for her progress.”She has really learned to use her sense of smell to run, play, and find her toys.Even refrain from hitting things.”It’s really incredible to watch,” Gonzales said.”Within the house, Puddin has devised her own little system to keep herself safe.She reminds me of a goldfish because her ears or whiskers will gently brush across something and she’ll whip around like she’s about to hit something.”

Gonzales claims to have taught Pudding the phrase “be careful.”So she knows when she hears that she is about to collide with something.She still has some things to work on, such as being comfortable around men and loud noises.

Puddin’s tenacity has also earned her a slew of doggy pals.But she adores her father the most.Puddin has fans in addition to her canine pals.More than 28,000 people viewed Puddin’s story, which was featured on Cuddle Buddies’ YouTube page.”The wonderful thing about animals is that they do not perceive themselves to be handicapped.”Puddin sees with her heart,” wrote one commenter.

“I adore that mouth!””Considering she has no eyes, she has an incredibly expressive face,” said another.”‘But take a look at her ears.'”So there you have it.There is always something wrong.But we can always find something that is correct.”This sweetheart does so many things right.”

Gonzales claims that Puddin’s life has changed dramatically and that she is now a very happy puppy.”She’s now five months old, and the way she’s adjusted to her new life is incredible,” he said.