The poor puppies were incredibly scared and confused when they first arrived at the shelter, but as the days wore on and they were finally shown love for probably the first time in their short lives, they began to warm up to everyone around them and transformed into the bouncy, playful puppies they were always meant to be.
“I’m so happy to say that they’re improving every day,” Gena Cameron, the branch administrator, said in a press release. “They were really nervous when they arrived and shaking. Now they are running around the animal center arena having loads of fun, playing with toys and barking at people. They’ve really come out of their shells.”