She also paid Husky House's kindness forward by helping the sanctuary raise over $2,000 thanks to the post that went viral because, let's be honest with ourselves, Jubilee is an adorable, emminently shareable dog.
Husky House, a non-profit organization and shelter for dogs, said that Jubilee's permanent cartoonish look of surprise had hindered her chances of adoption.
Jubilee was born with a congenital eyelid issue.
A breeder gave her to Husky House in 2018, telling the nonprofit shelter in Matawan that Jubilee couldn't be sold because she was too "weird" looking.
And to their surprise, the Facebook post too social media by storm, with hundreds of people applying to become Jubilee's family, including one pup parent who had already adopted a dog from the shelter in the past, and was chosen as the flawless person to take the cross-eyed husky home.
An unusual-looking Husky has finally found her forever home, two years after she was abandoned by her breeder. Doesn't anyone want a amusing looking husky?
Husky House was inundated with offers to take Jubilee in after the post, and in an update, the animal shelter shared some good news.
"Huskies are majestic looking dogs and I don't know why I don't look like them", Jubilee "wrote" last week (with the help of her humans).
"I like other dogs, but I don't like cats".
"I wish I was attractive so someone would want me to be their dog", the post said. "I love people, but I'm a little shy because people mostly laugh at the way I look".
"Thanks to everyone who shared Jubilee's story", the shelter wrote.
Since being shared online, the post has collected over 47,000 "shares" and 29,000 reactions, along with thousands of comments.
The world similarly fell in love with another dog last week when her adoption story was posted on Facebook.
Thousands of people responded to the Facebook posts about Jubilee and said things like: "She's right". No one had ever before submitted an application to adopt her.