Adorable Shelter Pup does a happy dance when told she is being adopted

Adorable Shelter Pup does a happy dance when told she is being adopted

The Wayne County Humane Society in Wooster, Ohio, has been committed to finding families for homeless shelter pets since 1973. Wayne County Humane, a non-profit, no-kill shelter with impressive adoption rates, is described as a great place with great people.

One such wonderful person is Joe Kay, an adoption coordinator, and self-proclaimed “dog person.” Kay runs a popular TikTok channel dedicated to the animals at the shelter he cares for.

His channel, @adoptingdogs, is an outlet for sharing the “ins and outs” of life in a shelter. In his videos, Kay shares great tips and advice for people who want to adopt, but his most puppy videos are by far the ones that share the stories of the animals he cares for.

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An example of such a story is that of Clementine, a cute Pomeranian. Clementine got her name from students at The College of Wooster. While we don’t know the full story of what led up to her arrival at the shelter, we do know that her bright, fun personality has brought joy to many since then.

Clementine’s impressive dance moves were undoubtedly one of the many reasons she was adopted so quickly. Kay shared Clementine with his TikTok followers, who instantly fell in love with the fluffy, dancing pup.

In this viral video, which has since garnered over a million likes, Clementine can be seen dancing, twisting and jumping for joy when she sees Kay coming across the walkway holding an orange sign that reads ‘Adopted! Please hold.”

As soon as Kay stops in front of her kennel, Clementine gets so excited she looks like she’s about to jump out of her skin! You can hear Kay celebrate with her as she explains to the adorable pup that she was chosen to be part of a fur family.

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Followers of the channel were unapologetically emotional about the video, leaving comments celebrating Clementine’s adoption. Many expressed the hope that the other dogs in the background of the video will soon be celebrating their own adoption.

“How do you do this every day without breaking down, man?” one user said, “I watch your videos and cry like a baby, and I never cry.”

In a later video, Kay reports that the dog kennels were completely empty, indicating that all available pets had been adopted. And while this is GREAT news for all the previous residents who now have forever homes, it also frees up space for the Wayne County Humane Society to take in more homeless pets.

Clementine has now been with her new family for almost eight weeks and is reportedly having a great time. Her name is now Miss Willow and she looks as happy as she can be in a photo of her new owner.

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Keep dancing, Miss Willow!

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