Stanley’s Adoption Day

– I’d actually come home
from work and Andrew had been home already and this
story came on the news. So he turned the volume up on the TV and they show poor Stanley’s
little face, you know, and I just got sick to my
stomach. It’s depraved. It’s just absolutely, just
sickening, just sickening. I can’t even imagine what it was like. I really hope that they catch who did it. Because that person is
dangerous. Dangerous to society. (upbeat piano music) The people here at The Michigan Humane Society are just angels for what they do. I checked in, you know we donated a little and she said she would let us know when the adoptions were open and she did. And so we put in right away
and just waited for the call and we just kinda crossed our fingers. But the second I saw
his face I just thought, he deserves the best from this
point forward in his life. Nobody should have to go through that. I guess I kinda thought that he would be a little bit more sedate and timid and you know, less trusting of people. He’s so vibrant and friendly,
it’s a welcome surprise. I’m happy to see that his
psyche hasn’t been affected by what’s happened to him. So he’s gonna be able to just
have a real normal happy life. He has a 12-year-old
brother cat named Oliver. So we have now Stanley and
Oliver. Laurel and Hardy. And then we have two rescue
dogs, a Sheltie and a Collie. And oh my gosh, they just love Oliver. So I know they’re gonna love Stanley. Just thank you for what you do. Mahatma Gandhi said you can
tell the level of civilization of a society by the way
they treat their animals. The people here at The Michigan
Humane Society are just angels for what they do. At least you get to see
a happy ending sometimes. (light piano music)

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