Three hours after being adopted, a shelter dog “loses hope” but is later given another opportunity.

Nothing is more joyful than seeing a shelter dog you’ve worked so hard to find its very own forever home. Sadly, however, the happiness doesn’t always last, and animals are sent back to the shelter

One long-term shelter resident was just adopted, but three hours later, he was brought back. However, he now has another opportunity for a happy conclusion.

Two-year-old Bronco, a Catahoula leopard dog, was discovered tied up during an FBI murder investigation and brought to the Humane Society of Tulsa in June.

He was saved, along with thirteen other dogs and thirty-one hens, according to Newsweek. All of the animals had been neglected and had no access to food or water.

Despite his difficult upbringing, Bronco is an enthusiastic and lively dog with a “golden heart and lively spirit.”

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