Mosley looks a little different — but his rescuers think that makes him look even more lovable.
When the young dog first showed up at a rural Georgia shelter last month, he was overlooked for several months because there were just so many other dogs available there. The shelter was crowded and busy, and no one really paid attention to him.
He was undeniably cute — and people on social media thought so, too. While no one knows for sure just how Mosley’s smile became crooked, Harris said it’s likely that he was just born that way.
“We took some photos and video of him, and he quickly became very popular on social media, where dozens of families inquired about adopting him,” Harris said.
He’s even warming up to the idea of having a cat sister.
“He is working on how to live with a cat,” Ramsey said. “Currently, he and our cat Barbara just like to yell at one another but I'm confident they will be friends soon.”
While no one knows where Mosley came from, it’s quite clear he’s chosen just where he will stay: In his new home, with his new family by his side.