Husky, Abandoned For Her "Weird" Eyes, Finds Forever Home

Jubilee a Siberian husky that was surrendered to a New Jersey shelter because of “weird” eyes has been adopted

Jubilee a Siberian husky that was surrendered to a New Jersey shelter because of “weird” eyes has been adopted

A Siberian husky that was surrendered to a New Jersey shelter because of "weird" eyes has been adopted after photos posted on Facebook went viral.

Jubilee, 4, was abandoned by a breeder who reportedly didn't like the look of her "weird" eyes.

Despite the congenital issue with her eyelids, Jubilee doesn't suffer from any other health issues.

Four-year-old pup Jubilee has been living at the New Jersey-based Husky House for two years when staff chose to post images of her online, along with a sweet post about her desperate search for a home.

A wide-eyed husky who was given up by a breeder because she looked "weird" has been adopted after spending two years at a shelter.

Fans began sending in their Jubilee-inspired artwork to Husky House to show their support for "Team Jubilee", a charitable group started to raise money for the organization's adoptable dogs. The good, Husky loving people there put out the word about Jubilee on Facebook and from there, her story went viral.

"Huskies are majestic looking dogs and I don't know why I don't look like them", Jubilee "wrote" last week (with the help of her humans). Doesn't anyone want a amusing looking husky? "I wish I was attractive so someone would want me to be their dog". "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".

"Thanks to everyone who shared Jubilee's story", the update reads.

Within hours of being uploaded to Facebook, the post was shared more than 32,000 times with people reacting to the husky and her need to find a new home. "We've obviously posted about her before, as we do for all of our dogs, and she's been on our website".

Of course, all it takes is one look at this adorable dog to realize she's special as can be.

"Timing really is everything", Marielle DiMartino, a volunteer at Husky House, told the PA news agency.

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