When dogs are in a shelter, they experience emotions and most of us would agree that they have the ability to do it in a most awesome way. That is why so many people have loved what this little pup was doing when she found out she was going to be safe.
Seven-week-old Layla was found running through traffic last week all alone. She was brought into the Beaumont animal care in Texas and at first, she was frail and nervous. Shortly after arriving at the shelter, however, she took the staff by surprise. Rachel Barron came up to the kennel and started chatting with the dog and suddenly, she flashed the most adorable grin.
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“When I began to speak in a baby talk kind of voice she absolutely loved it,” Barron told The Dodo. “[She] began wagging her tail and then boom, the famous smile. That is when I pulled out my phone to get it on video. It was too cute not to share.”
It was almost if Layla knew that she was about to be cared for properly. Since the video was posted online, people around the world have fallen in love with little Layla.
There were also many offers for adopting Layla, thanks to the video. Fortunately, she was adopted soon after by a loving family that saw her smiling in the video.
Nicole Toney and her husband are already parents to three rescue dogs and two cats. They knew that Layla would do well as in addition to their family.
It turns out that they were absolutely right.
“She was shy at first, but you could tell she was so sweet and excited,” Toney said.
It didn’t take long for Layla to become a full-fledged part of the family. They were then approved to bring her home. She instantly started running around and playing.
“Lady immediately wanted to be near Layla,” Toney said. “Lady was a mom and had just given birth when she was rescued, and so she was really drawn to Layla.”
It seems as if Layla loves animals of all types. Maybe it was because she was such a loner when she lived on the streets.
She is now loving the snuggles she is getting with her new family.
She’s really settling in so well,” Toney said. “She’ll cuddle right next to my husband’s face and fall asleep. She’s such a sweetheart and we noticed she even smiles when she’s asleep.”
Source: The Dodo