There are very few things that I enjoy more than seeing photos of animals before and after they’ve been adopted.
In the “before” pictures, they are usually just so depressed and they look like they have no hope at all because of their situation.
Then, fast forward to the “after” pics, and you’ll see totally transformed animals that are happy because they finally know what it’s like to be in a loving home with food and shelter.
Take a few minutes out of your busy day to enjoy these before and after photos that we think you will love.
1. What a difference.
Looks like they’re living the good life now.
2. Growing up fast!
In all of her glory!
3. That is a HUGE cat.
And I’m sure he loves all the hospitality he gets.
It's almost a year to the day since my friend brought home a kitten from a rescue centre, so she decided to recreate the first picture she took of him. pic.twitter.com/aX0IIC8cQa
— Lydia Bleasdale (@Parkendlydia) April 10, 2020
4. Good boy!
Large and in charge.
5. He was abandoned.
Now he’s confident, healthy, and happy. And has a killer mustache!
Harvey’s skinny body was found abandoned in a ditch, soaking wet, and dotted with cigarette burns. He was infested with fleas, anemic, and starving. One look at his little face and I knew had to adopt him. Fast forward 5 years, he’s now a confident, happy, healthy boi with a career in modelling. from FromKittenToCat
6. No biting!
That’s her way of saying she loves you.
7. He looks very happy.
From the road to your home.
8. Not a kitten anymore.
Big and strong!
9. We’re a happy family.
They’re all doing great!
10. Hangin’ with Pelle.
Looks like a real champion.
This is 1.5 yo Pelle. I became his momma when his cat momma didn’t want to take care of him, around when he was 3-4 weeks old. My cousin adopted him when he got a little older. Now him and I get to hang out this entire week while she’s on vacation. from FromKittenToCat
11. A fat and curious hellraiser.
No longer a scared kitten.
12. Awwww. How adorable.
Now he’s eating all your food!
Those legitimately brought a tear to my eye.
Now we want to hear from all the readers out there.
If you have a rescue pet, please share a photo and a story with us in the comments.
We can’t wait to meet these bundles of joy!