I hope you know ... someone wasn’t very nice to you. The scars on your neck and head tell about your past. But. I hope you know, that when I touch those scars, I only want you to feel love. Right now you live in a shelter. But, I hope you know, that doesn’t mean there is something wrong with you. It is a safe place for you to be.
Maybe for today, no one came by to see you. But, I hope you know, many people who have never, or maybe never will meet you, donated money, food, or supplies because they care about you.
You spend a lot of time in your kennel. But, I hope you know, when someone comes to walk you, maybe once, maybe many times, they are giving of their time because your well-being matters to them.
You watch me as I drive away and leave you there. But, I hope you know, while I am gone, I will talk about you so people know how funny and cute you are! Your pictures are shared so adopters will know who and where you are.
You live without the special comforts of your own home. But, I hope you know, I will not give up until your family comes for you.