Blind, senior dog waits to be saved from animal control

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A blind, senior dog dubbed “Ringo Star,” is waiting to be saved from a busy California animal control agency. Ringo Star, a 10-year-old terrier mix, arrived to the Contra Costa County Animal Services facility on June 24 and nobody ever visited the shelter to claim him as their own.

Little Ringo does not let his blindness get him down – a video (link here) shows that this pint-sized dog adores being carried and snuggled and though he cannot see, he uses his nose to help him get around. Ringo can even tell when he is being put back into his kennel run – and it is obvious that the run is not where he wants to be.

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Please help this deserving dog find his way to the safety of a loving home by taking a moment to network his adoption information.

  • Petharbor link here
  • Contra Costa County Animal Services – Martinez at (925) 335-8300
    Ask for information about animal ID number A847412
  • Facebook thread here
  • All inquiries, including those about availability and temperament, must be made directly to the Contra Costa County Animal Services facility
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