On April 14th, the City of Wichita Falls Animal Services uploaded a photo introducing one of their workers, Zackry Majewski, with a husky named Sky. The goal of the post was to get Sky adopted, which she thankfully did! However, most people were more interested in Zackry and his dashing good looks.

With about 27k comments, 15k shares, and around 21k reactions, the post went viral. The people in the comments, especially women, were all over Zackry, even asking if he was up for adoption. Zackry shared with Bored Panda: “What made me work as a volunteer was because I wanted to have animal experience, and so I typed ‘animals’ into the search bar of Indeed and saw this awesome job! I love all the success the post is having, it brings a smile to my face that all these animals will get more exposure and a better chance to get adopted.”

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This photo of Zackry and Sky was posted on WFASC’s Facebook page and people lost their minds

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The description read: “Zackry Majewski started with us in October of 2020. He has great compassion for the animals in our care. He is especially fond of Huskies and can always be found snuggling with a puppy in the shelter. On his time off Zac enjoys hiking and listening to Country Music.

Of course, Zac chose our resident Husky to spotlight. Sky is a beautiful girl waiting for a forever home.”

Zackry’s good looks stirred people up and they didn’t hold back

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The post racked up about 27k comments as of now and most of them are directed towards Zackry

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Here’s what the people had to say

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