Blind dog shuts down as euthanasia eminent, No one has called or even asked about him


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DOGS SHUT DOWN AS EUTHANASIA EMINENT

Such a sweet boy, just wants his little ears scratched. No one has called or even asked about this boy so he has resigned himself to his terrible fate. We need a miracle folks!

Kennel 9
South Texas Shelter Near Corpus Christi

Cute sweet boy shakes in fear of the eu room. Rural shelter is full and has no choice but to euthanize. This sweet boy loves to cuddle...damn shame...he needs a rescue or adopter now!

We are NOT the City Shelter to where pictures were taken. FOR MORE INFO ON THIS PET please contact:
Rural South Texas Shelter Near Corpus Christi
FMI:410-608-2195
Ask for information about animal in KENNEL 9

Fidonation, if you or someone you know is interested in giving this pup the forever family he rightfully deserves, please contact the Rural South Texas Shelter Near Corpus Christi at 410-608-2195, and Ask for information about animal in KENNEL 9

LATEST STATUS :
- rescued, read comment for update from crossposter

Speak Up! please share this story on Facebook or Twitter so we are closer to finding this terrified soul a home. We have done it so many times together, and can certainly do it again. Thank you!

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15 Responses to "Blind dog shuts down as euthanasia eminent, No one has called or even asked about him"

  1. Hi, any interest for this baby? Is he still there?

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  2. I will adopt him, we'll need to work out transport to me as I'm in NC. I have a blind boy now so I'm familiar with the needs of a blind dog. I cannot get through to them by phone. Their mailbox is full and no one is actually answering...I go straight to VM! UGH!

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    1. Pls pls keep trying - this dog needs you - you have the experience. Keep phoning and is there an email address?

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    2. Thanks you for saving him!!!

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  3. if you are interested, call, call, call, leave messages

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  4. Their facebook page says rescued!

    https://m.facebook.com/Fosteroradoptadog/photos/a.276175922557178/1008774619297301/?type=3&source=48

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  5. Where is he I want him. Why kill him? this is beyond wrong.

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  6. Dog was apparently rescued. The original thread on the shelter's FB page is what should be followed vs this page:https://www.facebook.com/Fosteroradoptadog/?fref=tag
    South Texas Shelter Dogs They have 5 shelters in that area and posts and inquiries on this page are not read or communicated with the shelters. Please go to their page for inquiry and to help the dogs.

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  7. I went to their fb page and saw his photo along with 10 others who were adopted or rescued. So glad for them.

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  8. Thank you to the people who put this out....they are saving dogs.

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  9. THANK GOD for the HUMANE LOVING HUMANS that take time out to share these innocent precious soul's on FB & Twitter...

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  10. How do I get to their Facebook page???

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    1. https://www.facebook.com/Fosteroradoptadog/photos/a.276175922557178/1008774619297301/?type=3&source=48

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