Published: Thu, January 23, 2020
Global News | By Blake Casey

Goofy-eyed husky rejected by breeder finds love

Goofy-eyed husky rejected by breeder finds love

The shelter added that despite the appearance of her eyelids, Jubilee doesn't exhibit any other health issues.

The gorgeous canine became a viral sensation earlier this year when it was revealed by Husky House her breeder could not sell her as she was too "weird" looking.

Husky House later edited the adoption post to explain that Jubilee has found her forever home.

"Huskies are majestic looking dogs and I don't know why I don't look that way", the post said.

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Jubilee the husky has actually found her "fur-ever" home. So then it's not surprising that she was adopted soon after the post went viral. They were previous Husky House adopters who thought she was the most attractive pup ever.

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Jubilee and her unique look have now been taken in by a new family.

Jubilee, a four-year-old female Siberian husky, has a congenital eyelid deformity that makes it look like she always has a surprised look on her face.

In an initiative to find the "weird" husky a home, the Husky House centre had written an emotional post as Jubilee, "I wish I was lovely so someone would want me to be their dog".

"I wish I was lovely so someone would want me to be their dog", penned "Jubilee" in her own heartbreaking adoption charm that has been published by Husky House on Facebook Wednesday. "I'm a little shy because people mostly laugh at the way I look". "I wish I had a family of my own who could love me even though I'm not pretty".

Although they wanted to keep Jubilee's life private, they realized the wide-eyed pup had developed quite a following, so they started a Facebook page so fans could continue to follow her.

Within just a few days there were more than 40,000 shares on the post - the shelter announced that Jubilee would be going home to a loving family. "We've obviously posted about her before, as we do for all of our dogs, and she's been on our website".

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