Life at the high kill Carson Animal Shelter is no cakewalk to say, and write the least. Because of overcrowding, no matter how close staff get to animals, they can not bend the rules or make exceptions. In other words, if a dog is placed in the facility and they fail to get adopted during their kennel run, they are immediately taken to the back and placed on death row where they from that point on have just days to live.
One pit bull pup who knows all about this, was dumped at the high kill facility by a heartless owner who wanted nothing to do with him anymore after years of loyalty; and so he sits patiently waiting for the day someone else might take a chance on him. Sadly, this pup’s only refuge isn’t a toy but rather a cold concrete slab, where he spends his nights crying, hoping that the end, which he can sense is near, doesn’t come true.
The dog, who has no name, and no real history, has a Petharbor listing that reads,
“I am described as a male, gray and brown Pit Bull Terrier. The shelter thinks I am about 4 years old. I have been at the shelter since Aug 27, 2016.”
The reality is that Carson is a place where stray animals, and surrenders go to die. Carson is grappling with high occupancy rates that has left them with no other choice than to euthanize. The fact that this pup is still alive after close to a month at Carson-which can be considered a lifetime-shows that staff are doing everything they can to find him a home and a way out of the chaos.
If you or someone you know is interested in giving this pup the forever home he rightfully deserves, please call the Carson Animal Shelter at (310) 523-9566, and reference the shelter ID #A4987245. Additionally, please share this story on Facebook or Twitter, so we are closer to finding this precious pup the forever home he rightfully deserves. We have done it before and can certainly do it again.
[Source Story: Fido4ever ]