Scott Poore, who lives in Kansas, loves animals and this is evident through his actions when he decided to move into an animal shelter to provide comfort to Queen, a 3-year-old terrier mix.
By, 25 Sep 2019
[UPDATE] – Queen has been adopted just a week after Scott Poore began his campaign! Tony Peluso, her new dad, had just lost his senior dog, and when he saw a photo of Queen (not even knowing that she had gone viral on the internet), he instantly fell in love! “I could not believe that she’d been here as long as she had,” Peluso said. “She is a perfectly sweet dog, and she just reminds me of a little stuffed animal.”
A ROYAL SENDOFF fit for our very own ? Queen ? ❤️ THANK YOU to Mission Driven and Scott Poore for all the help in finding Queen a forever family that is going to give her the royal treatment she deserves! Scott, we hope you don't have to move back in anytime soon, although you're always welcome! ❤️ If you’d like to help more shelter animals like Queen, consider donating to Great Plains SPCA and picking out your own Mission Driven apparel so you too can get the royal treatment! ✨? Queen's royal sendoff was complete with an escort by Scott, a rose petal shower from our staff, and news coverage by KCTV5 News Kansas City 41 Action News - KSHB-TV KMBC 9Posted by Great Plains SPCA on Tuesday, September 24, 2019
Read below to know more about Queen’s story:
Queen has been living in the Great Plains Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) centre for over 400 days.
A dedicated animal lover
Scott decided to move into the shelter to take care of Queen when he heard that she was having trouble getting adopted and as a result, was feeling depressed.
Scott has dedicated his life to animals, through his initiative Mission Driven. He creates fundraisers and helps dogs find their loving forever homes.
Hope for Queen
Scott said “She is the most affectionate lovable dog I probably have ever worked with. She has tons of energy."
"She's just gentle. She’s loving and the last couple of months she started kind of losing hope, and that's what motivated me to do this. I'm not going to let her lose hope."
He has decorated Queen’s kennel with stuffed animals and pictures in order to attract the attention of people looking to adopt a cute doggo. He has reached out on social media in hope to find a comfortable home for Queen. He continues to take care of this adorable dog by living with her in the shelter.
My Roomate ? “Queen” Terrier Mix 3 Years Old 400 Days in the shelter... If you would like more information or to schedule a meet and greet, please contact Great Plains SPCA. Thank you! We ❤️ you, Queen!Posted by Mission Driven on Tuesday, September 17, 2019
Anyone would love to adopt Queen who is a loving and affectionate dog. We hope she finds a forever home soon.