A young dog in Long Beach, California, is not allowed to stay with his family, who lives in a mobile home park. The handsome, blue-eyed pup is in need of a Christmas miracle – somewhere safe to stay before he is forced out. A woman who is trying to find a reputable rescue agency to take this dog in explained the urgency of the situation, “Sadly park management doesn’t allow pit-bulls, found out about him and wants him out by MONDAY.”
This soon-to-be displaced pup wound up with his current family after being found by a teenager – his advocate explained:
The teenage son of his current family found him months ago begging for food in front of a grocery store in North Long Beach. The kid was looking around and waiting to see if there was an owner, but nobody came. So he took him home. His parents were NOT happy. So the kid made fliers and posted them inside the store and also in the surrounding area.
The woman, named Claudia, added:
I was contacted about him a few days ago and just to be sure, we scanned him for a chip. Boom, this boy had a micro chip!!! In the hopes to find his owner we contacted the micro chip company, just to find out that his chip was NOT registered.
This dog is not allowed to stay where he currently lives and his microchip provides no clue as to who he truly belongs to.
I’m looking for a REPUTABLE local rescue, foster or adopter. He is between 1 – 2 years old, has baby blue, almost white eyes and weights about 60 lbs. He is friendly with other animals (with proper introduction of course) and great with people.
Those interested in helping (who live in the Long Beach, CA area) are asked to email firstname.lastname@example.org