Shelter favorite of staff and volunteers – yet still on list to die tomorrow

What chance does Leo have to be rescued and live the rest of his life in a loving and comfortable home? He’s a 2 year old male Pug /Chi mix who was brought in as an owner surrender. Although he is a favorite of the staff and volunteers, he’s scheduled to die. Not listed on the website and hidden in the back of the shelter, how is anyone to even know Leo’s life counts?

We continue to question how our shelters fail so many dogs. Why hasn’t the San Bernardino City Shelter, CA opened an investigation to charge Leo’s owner with neglect? Look how undernourished he is? Doesn’t he deserve better? Why is there no information as to his history – knowing if he likes to be with children, likes other dogs or even chases cats? Wouldn’t a pet profile help him find a home?

Instead the shelter had planned to euthanize Leo on Tuesday; shelter volunteers were able to secure an extension for one more day. Advocates continue to pledge funds for an approved rescue organization to help. Share this dog’s plight with friends, family and social media contacts. We are his last chance. Just one more share, just reach out to one more person and that can mean the difference between life and death for this dog. Won’t you help?

When calling San Bernardino City Animal Shelter, make sure to reference #A509454. San Bernardino City Animal Shelter (909) 384-1304

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2 Responses to "Shelter favorite of staff and volunteers – yet still on list to die tomorrow"

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  2. I don't know why the shelter has to punish this poor puppy for someone else's bad behavior!? Doing this is wrong!! It's barbaric. How would they like being put down because nobody adopted them or there wasn't enough food or room or money to take care of them!? I bet this nasty practice would change in a heartbeat!!


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