Ronnie Stanley, Ravens OT, Requests ‘Not-so-Adoptable’ Dog from Animal Shelter

June 17, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Baltimore Ravens rookie offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley is making a positive impact on the community before even playing his first professional game, as he adopted a rescue dog in heartwarming fashion Wednesday.
As seen in this Facebook post excerpt from the BARCS Animal Shelter in Baltimore, the 2016 No. 6 overall draft pick out of Notre Dame adopted a six-year-old dog named Winter with his girlfriend after asking for a dog who had been at the shelter for a long period of time and was "not-so-adoptable":
When they checked into our front desk, they let us know just what they were looking for--and for a superstar like Ronnie...you'll never guess what requested. "We are looking for dog that's been here a long time and maybe not-so-adoptable." Our matchmakers were delighted. "Not-so-adoptable" can mean a lot of things here: senior pets, physically imperfect, on-going medical and more. ...
... It was a done deal. Ronnie and his girlfriend signed Winter's adopt...

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