We all know we are not perfect. Puppies can be born with physical deformities and boundaries that make them disliked by others and even cause them to be rejected and terrified.
But, honestly, who can blame these adorable creatures for being born with a disability? Is this why they are less worthy, or do they not deserve a life full of respect and love?
It's awful that physical appearance has such a strong influence on people's opinions, and that also applies to animals. As in the example of the dog, whose facial features may arouse repulsiveness without considering the sweet sensibilities that that crooked face conceals.
May there be no prejudices and teach everyone to love and value others no matter their circumstances. However, people who are seen as abnormal for violating customary patterns are often unfairly rejected.
Everyone who sees her flees, depriving her of the opportunity she deserves.
Bethany is an eight-month-old Labrador Retriever. She was born with birth problems that damaged a large part of her little face.
She was rescued from the streets of Ukraine, and nothing has been easy for her since she saw the light of day.
She is in dire need of a foster home.
She is used to being rejected by others who, upon seeing her, think she has something "contagious" and try to avoid it.
He has a perverted eye, his gaze is directed the other way, his snout is completely crooked to the right side of his face, and his teeth are fully visible.
When they first meet her, they assume she is sick or violent, but nothing could be further from the truth.
Bethany has been at Safe Rescue for Dogs in England for some time and has had a hard time finding a home because of her physical appearance.
Unfortunately for Bethany, she was born ugly into this world of appearances.
“She is an excellent dog: she is healthy, friendly, happy, obedient, and loves children,” says a spokeswoman for the shelter.
When a potential adoptive family approaches and looks at her, they decide not to take her with them.
But Bethany, ever hopeful, believes that someone will come along who will overlook her flaws and appreciate the many virtues she possesses, allowing her to find a permanent home.
She hopes that at least one person will discover the light that hides her heart.
"There's nothing wrong with Bethany; she doesn't even snore in her sleep," said one of the volunteers who is temporarily caring for her.
People are not satisfied with the opinion of the shelter workers, who know the dog from personal experience, and if they tell you that there is no danger in adopting a Bethany, it is because it is true.
"People ask if we're sure we're doing the right thing, and how do we know that." We know she's okay because we've brought her to the vet several times.
Shelter staff said, "If she was seriously ill, they would have euthanized her because that's her job." "But she's absolutely adorable, she's the sweetest dog I've ever met."
Many people look up to dogs just to show them off in the pictures they post on social media so that others can see how beautiful they are. Not to mention that it is the young animals who have gone through terrible conditions in their lives that require the greatest love and care.
People who care for Bethany know how she is, and they never lose faith that a human of a noble mind who sees a small animal's compassion rather than a physical one would adopt her and offer her the opportunity to be part of a family.
If I had lived in that nation, I would not have hesitated to adopt it; She is beautiful and deserves a family that loves her; I pray that she will be happier and have a family that loves her and protects her from everything,” one netizen commented.
Patience, little one, the one who sees through your hazy vision, the big heart you have, will soon arrive. Never let outward appearances distract you from doing what's really worthwhile.