When a YouTube star loses her job, she is left alone with her dogs
Posted On July 24, 2021
Advertisers and social networks are getting in on the dog-sharing craze, offering their own free videos to anyone who will click a link.
In this case, YouTube star Adele Kibbuk, 27, had her YouTube account shut down on Tuesday because she couldn’t afford to pay for her pets.
But she has since been able to find them on the internet and now has a steady supply of puppies.
Her dogs, Bumble, a German shepherd, and Jack, a terrier, are all part of her YouTube channel, which has garnered more than 100,000 subscribers.
“It’s the first time I’ve ever been on YouTube and I’m so grateful to everyone for helping me get a new dog, it’s just a wonderful thing to be able to share with my fans,” she said in a video on Monday.
Kibbak has had the same problem with her channel for months, with her dog’s owners constantly asking for donations for her dog and her videos are regularly viewed more than 300,000 times.
“This is a great opportunity for us to share the love of dogs and to do a service to the public,” she wrote in a post on her YouTube page.
“It’s so nice to be in this position with our dogs.
I really appreciate all the people who have helped us in this way and will continue to do so.”
Kibbin has had her account shuttered on Tuesday, but she’s since found a steady source of donations on the website of the charity Animal Charity Evaluators.
In a post about the dog shelter that rescued her dogs, Kibbin wrote that the shelter is not only providing her with an excellent home, but also with a good, warm home.
“My dogs are the best friends and the love and care they receive are second to none.
They are very happy and happy to have you as a family,” she added.
The video has been watched more than 150,000 time and has been viewed more by viewers than any other video posted on Kibs channel, KABC reports.