A senior German shepherd named “Moses,” has managed to beat the odds during his stay at the Los Angeles Animal Services – North Central Shelter in California. Moses arrived on June 25 after being hit by a car, and subsequently abandoned at a veterinary hospital…a Facebook post, made on August 17, sheds light on the senior dog’s situation:
“Silver cloaks his face, he’s a senior, but he’s got more life to live.Moses is a 10-year-old, intact male, German Shepherd. He first arrived as a stray at North Central on June 25, 2016. He was picked up by one of our officers from a veterinary hospital after he had been abandoned. He had reportedly been hit by a car and had severe head trauma. When he arrived at North Central, he began his road to recovery. Moses no longer shows neurological signs and is ready for a home.”
The Facebook post, made by the Friends of North Central Shelter – Los Angeles, also indicates that Moses is running out of time:
He would be best suited for a mature home without small animals. His disposition and friendly nature has easily made him a “staff favorite”. Our hope is that he finds the home he deserves; however, if he is not rescued/adopted before August [18th] he will be humanely euthanized. Please consider Moses for rescue.”
Moses skirted death when he survived being hit by a car, and he skirted death when August 18 came and went – he was granted an extension, but he is running out of time and he might not be as lucky when his name is put on the dreaded “E-list” the next time around.
Please share Moses’ information to help him find a reputable rescue group which is able to take him in and find him a safe and loving home.
- Petharbor link here
- Los Angeles Animal Services – North Central Shelter at (888) 452-7381
Ask for information about animal ID number A1637879
- Facebook thread here
- Videos and more information at this link to Shelter Me
- Note – all inquiries about this dog, including those about temperament and availability, must be made directly to the shelter facililty