The Mystery of Why This Malamute Keeps Getting Returned To The Shelter

Today I want to share with you the heartwarming yet challenging journey of a remarkable Alaskan Malamute named Ranma (later renamed Sonic).

His story began when a good Samaritan found him wandering the streets, lost and alone. They did their best to provide him with safety and brought him to the shelter.

He Was So Terrified

Upon arrival, Ranma was so terrified that he wouldn’t even allow the shelter team to determine his gender or scan him for a microchip. The trauma he had experienced in his early days had left him with deep emotional scars.

I Wanted To Meet This Fluffy Dog

After hearing about his story, I couldn’t resist the urge to meet this fluffy dog myself. As I approached him, I could see that he had come a long way from his initial state of fear. His transformation was nothing short of remarkable. With the support of dedicated dog walkers, Ranma had become friendly, playful, and well-behaved. He was now the picture of a loving companion.

He Melted Into My Arms Like A Marshmallow

Alaskan Malamute Keeps Getting Returned To The Shelter

Ranma had a magnetic personality that drew people in with his charming demeanor and fluffy appearance. I couldn’t help but be captivated by his endearing qualities. As I spent time with him, it became clear that he was not only a good boy but also a cuddle enthusiast. He melted into my arms like a marshmallow, which made it impossible not to fall in love with him.

Ramna Was Adopted…

It was here that Ranma’s journey took a dramatic turn. Ranma was adopted by a caring family. It seemed like he had found his forever home, and there was hope that his days of uncertainty were behind him. However, life had different plans for Ranma.

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But Then Returned To The Shelter

Tragically, his new family decided that they were unable to provide the care and love that Ranma deserved. With heavy hearts, they returned him to the shelter, once again making him available for adoption.

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Despite his incredible transformation and lovable nature, there was a surprising reason why Ranma was struggling to find his forever home for the second time. Many potential adopters were deterred by his high energy level, fearing the amount of work it would take to care for him. Ranma was in Southern California, where concerns about the hot climate added to the hesitation. After all, Alaskan Malamutes were originally bred for their strength and endurance in arctic conditions, a stark contrast to the sunny climate of Southern California.

Alaskan Malamute Keeps Getting Returned To The Shelter

Owning A Malamute Is A Big Responsibility

Owning a Malamute indeed comes with its share of responsibilities, such as regular grooming and exercise. Also, Malamutes are far from being hypoallergenic. But the rewards of having a loyal and affectionate companion like Ranma are immeasurable. And I had some surprising and bittersweet news to share – Ranma had been returned to the shelter, but he was still waiting for his forever home.

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I am determined to continue advocating for Ranma’s second chance at a loving home. Ranma’s story is a reminder that the path to finding a forever family can be filled with twists and turns, but with love and support, every dog, no matter their past, deserves a chance at happiness.

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I want to extend my heartfelt thanks to Animal Friends of the Valleys for their unwavering dedication to saving animals like Ranma and giving them the hope of a brighter future. Ranma’s journey may have had setbacks, but his story is far from over, and we are here to support him every step of the way.


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