When we're confronted with a video on the internet about pets, there is a pretty standard procedure to how we behave. If we think it's awesome, (we always think it's awesome) we share it. But sharing can also help pets find a happy home.
That's just what happened at the SICSA Pet Adoption Center in Kettering, Ohio. After being viewed more than 600,000 times on YouTube, this 50 second clip of Rush found him a home and everybody couldn't be happier.
It turns out, Rush the Pitbull makes his bed like this everyday, and the staff wanted to film it because they thought it was awesome!
Perhaps this is a great sign of things to come - maybe all kennels can use this as a method of adoption for their pets?
We don't know, but if viral videos continue to find these awesome animals new homes, we'd RUSH to get our video cameras there as soon as we could. Did you see what we did there?