As soon as he was alone in his kennel, all Ritter could do was sit pressed up against the wall, staring down at the ground, so upset and confused by his new reality.
Of course, everyone at the shelter did their best to make Ritter feel as loved as humanly possible — but it’s still not the same as having a forever home and a family.
“He's gotten a lot of love and attention from staff,” Bousley said. “While he's reserved and nervous in his kennel, he's full of joy outside, just wanting to play and be loved.”
Everyone at the shelter could see how heartbroken Ritter was and couldn’t stand seeing him like that, and so they posted his photo on Facebook, hoping that someone would see him and open up their home to the sweet, sad pup.