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If you believe that animals can’t smile or their smiles look like something else, then this article just might make you rethink your stance.
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Meet Meatball …
Personally, I believe dog smiles are very real. Naturally, dogs that are rescued from shelters to a loving and providing family are happy but ‘Meatball’ has a face that smiles all the time.
The dog with a naturally smiley face …
Meatball or ‘Meaty’ was rescued from Fresno Bully Rescue in California by Lisa Reilly. Lisa was browsing through the list for adoptable dogs after her previous one – Kitty – died a few months ago.
He was rescued by Lisa after her previous dog died …
“My senior bully had passed away 3 months prior and I had the exact same feeling when I adopted him at 10 years old, so I knew this dog was meant to be his predecessor,” she explained to Petco.com.
After meeting Meatball, she fell in love with him …
She immediately fell in love with Meaty. Soon enough, Meaty became a part of the family. Meaty contracted a kennel cough and had to spend some time recovering before going home.
And he became a part of a loving family.
After settling in his new home, he was joined with Reilly’s two other pit bulls, Punky and Ricardo Tubbs, and two dachshunds, Bitty and Dappe. All of them were previously rescued by Reilly. Meaty was named due to his round and low-rider stature.
Meatball chilling on the couch.
Meaty’s ever-present adorable smile has skyrocketed his fame in Instagram and won over 107k fans worldwide. A few sample pictures we collected shows just how happy this pooch is.
‘Meaty’ in various costumes.
Meatball runs around the house or lazes in the couch when he is not posing for the camera. For Lisa, he is the complete package and her family is happy to have him.
Meatball with his family.
Meatball is a shining example that proves that rescued dogs, are lovable and will fit right into your home… and in Meaty’s case, they’ll show you just how happy they are to be in your life.
So, when are you going to adopt?
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