There’s a Labrador Retriever currently living at the Humane Society of Skagit Valley in Burlington, Washington who has a little boy looking out for his future.
Jennifer McConn recently uploaded a video of her 6-year-old boy making a case for a furry friend who needs to find a forever home. The video is absolutely adorable and though the dog, Legend, has yet to find the perfect home we bet he’ll find one sooner rather than later.
Legend is a deaf Labrador Retriever who was rescued from California.
McConn and her son spend a lot of their time helping animals in need. In 2016, McConn started an animal rescue group, Project Freedom Ride, that transports dogs living in kill shelters in Texas to humane societies in Washington. According to KING 5, she has rescued over 600 dogs since December 2016.
She explained to Babble that sometimes the mother and son come across dogs who aren’t apart of her program and they will do everything they can to help them get adopted. Legend is one of those dogs.
“I just think dogs should be in homes and Legend is a really good dog, so I need to help him find a home,” Roman said.
The 6-year-old’s adorable plea has gotten the attention of thousands and the humane society has received numerous calls about Legend, but so far he hasn’t found the perfect home.
Roman and his mother met Legend at the Humane Society of Skagit Valley.
McConn told Babble that they only met Legend after they visited the shelter. They went back to the shelter a few weeks later and Roman was sad to notice Legend was still there.
“He doesn’t understand why some dogs he comes to love sit in there so long,” McConn told Babble.
With the help of his mom, Roman made a video asking for someone to adopt Legend.
As of October 31, Legend has yet to find his forever home, preferably a home without any other dogs, but if things go as smoothly as it did the last time Roman made a plea for a furry friend to be adopted, Legend’s days at the humane society will soon come to an end.
“We just need a good home for him,” Roman said in his video.