These two seniors have been dropped off to die atO.C.A.S. in Orlando, Florida. They are both scheduled to be euthanised on the 6th March. PLEASE consider adopting or even fostering one, or both, of these seniors to save them from being killed. Help show them that not all humans are as cruel and incompetent as their previous owners. Florida is a large state. There has to be somebody out there willing to take these dos into their home, even if it’s just for a short while until they find forever home.
If you are interested in saving them thencall O.C.A.S. on 407-836-3111, or email Jacqueline.Nanni@ocfl.net. If nobody shows ANY interest in them then they will be killed. If people show interest but can’t adopt or foster them straight away then they will give them some extra time!
Animal ID: A311968 Room No.: WD25 Hi, my name is Clay. I am an approximately 8 year old red and white male. I am friendly and I tested heartworm negative. I weigh approximately 60 pounds. I have been at Orange County Animal Services since Saturday, February 21, 2015.
Animal ID: A311969 Room No.: WD25
Hi, my name is Luke. I am an approximately 9 year old white and black male. I am friendly and I tested heartworm negative. I weigh approximately 59 pounds. I have been at Orange County Animal Services since Saturday, February 21, 2015
Hey friends, time to help a pup again. This is Troy, he is set to be euthanasized tomorrow night unfortunately. He was surrendered after his owners moved and they just couldn’t find a animal friendly home. His owners had children and said he was good with other dogs and loves to love and play. He is house trained and knows basic commands. Please contact me of you’re serious* about taking him! He’s in Manhattan and as always, I’ll be down to help transport him to you if you’re in the area. Please help him, PLEASE
This is Howard, about 3 years old. He is set to be euthanized at the end of today (2/24/2014) if we can not find a willing and able home. He was picked up as a stray, but likely abandoned from a move because he is so well trained. House trained, obedient, and non-aggressive. High energy and willing to play and learn.
I dont want random hopeful people to bombard the rescue center, so if you are interested- contact me here. i will set you up with contact info and will be more than happy to help pick up/drop off the dog after work (Im from central NJ, so assume I can only get him to NJ/NYC areas)
Photographer Douglas Sonders started the ‘Not A Bully’ campaign “to share the inspiring stories of bully breed rescues to show that these loving animals can lead positive and productive lives, despite sometimes challenging beginnings” – http://abcn.ws/1ixIeyz