In Georgetown, Texas, a heartwarming story of a man and a one-eyed puppy with the same disability has gone viral.
Jordan Trent, a thirty-two-year-old husband and a father of two, is blind in one eye. When Jordan was only fifteen years old, he was using a weed whacker on a neighbor’s lawn. When a piece of metal from the tool came off and hit him in the left eye, Jordan endured several surgeries, but they could not save his vision in his left eye.
Trent and his family of twenty-two members all went on holiday to Sulphur Bluff, Texas. It was there that Jordan and his sister Kendra decided to visit a flea market. Jordan’s son and daughter (Rex and Hallee) had come back from the flea market exclaiming they saw a puppy with a missing left eye, just like their dad. They begged Jordan to have a look because they wanted to bring it home.
Jordan had never considered adopting a dog. At the flea market, they found the one-eyed puppy. It was an adorable mini Australian shepherd. It was the last one left of its litter, overlooked by everyone. The man selling the puppies said no one wanted a blind dog. But Jordan did. As soon as he saw the puppy, he knew he had to bring him home.
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