John Stessel, a magician, definitely has the incredible ability to fill people with lots of wonders through magic.
Recently, however, the famous magician was given the chance of performing for a special set of an audience; a joyful pack of adoptable dogs from a shelter. And the dogs’ reactions are absolutely priceless.
Stessel partnered with Rob Bliss, a video and film director, and TBS Network to put on the best magic show. They paid Town of Hempstead Animal Shelter a visit and conducted a private show for the dogs and puppies that are eagerly looking for people to share their love with. Everyone agreed that this was a perfect opportunity for the shelter dogs to exhibit their adorable traits to prospective adopters.
“Obviously, I like magic. But it has always been a dream to perform my acts in front of a furry audience,” said Stessel. “Being able to finally perform for these shelter dogs is like a dream come true. It’s incredible and absolutely worth it.”
Here’s the video showcasing Stessel’s astonishing magic tricks and the priceless and hilarious reactions of his adorable furry audience:
To help get these animal shelter dogs adopted we brought them the magic of the holidays to show off their sweet and lovable personalities. Credit to John Stessel and Rob Bliss for making this video.
Posted by TBS Network on Monday, December 17, 2018
Video Credits to TBS Network
“Every reaction that I got was more than amazing,” said Stessel. “All of them are very cute whether they’re big or small. It was very special and memorable.”
After the magical show, the dogs were showered with tons of treats and plenty of affection.
Hopefully, with the additional attention these dogs received, it won’t be long before they each perform the disappearing act: The moment they step out of their kennels for good to come home to their forever perfect families.
“These dogs are great. They wanted nothing but to share the love that they have and be loved. Every one of them would be great additions to any family that would open their homes and adopts them.”
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