Just as Crowd Thinks Wacky Animal Show Is Over, They Watch Hilarious Four-Legged Friend Run Across Stage


For many homeless animals or animals in shelters, getting a chance at a forever home is an opportunity that doesn’t happen very often.

Sadly, many animals never make it to their forever homes and experience a lifetime of loneliness.

Thankfully, countless animal lovers have dedicated their lives to homeless animals in hopes of getting them into houses with families that will love them for the rest of their lives.

From puppy adoption events to wacky holidays created just to get people excited about the concept of adopting instead of shopping for their pets, one thing is clear — adoption is in and shopping is out.

As the years have passed, the animal lovers have gotten more and more creative with their methods of placing rescue animals.

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If you take a trip to Busch Gardens in Williamsberg, Virginia, you can check out one of the more creative ways of advertising rescue animals.

Every year, the amusement park puts on an intricate show with rescue animals. Cats, dogs, birds, and even pigs flow from the doors of their fun house.

Just when you think the show is over, someone else pops out from a door and the crowd goes wild again.

The show is always a huge hit at the park and beloved by countless park visitors.

But there’s something special about this show. At the end of the park season, every single one of the show’s animals are put up for adoption.

According to Dana Helen Reminsky, who works at the theme park, every single year, every animal in the show gets adopted.

Thanks to Busch Gardens, countless animals have found homes.

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On top of this, because of their detailed training, the show animals also have outstanding discipline and obedience, making them the perfection adoptive candidates for anyone looking to add a furry or feathered member to the family.

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