It is unknown how long Macho suffered either out on the streets of Miami or in someone’s back yard until Animal Control picked him up, but the three-year-old American bulldog/Boxer mix can’t tell us his story. Tragically, his past is very obvious. The sweet guy is emaciated; his backbone and ribs stick out prominently from beneath his filthy coat. He waits, hoping someone will give him a loving home. It’s just two weeks before Christmas.
Click here for Macho’s Pet Harbor listing. A5009976 “I am an unaltered male, white and tan American Bulldog. The shelter staff think I am about 3 years old. I have been at the shelter since Dec 08, 2016.” For more information about this animal, call Miami-Dade Animal Services at (305) 884-1101. A Facebook page link can be followed here or here. Hearts break at Macho’s terribly neglected condition as he stares out of his kennel cage:
” I wonder how many people walked past this suffering boy and didn’t bother to offer him a meal or even to take him to the shelter before he got to this condition? It is soul crushing to see this over and over again, but our pain is nothing compared to what these innocent souls feel,” a volunteer from the shelter posted on Facebook.
If you are a reputable 501(c)3 and can save this boy’s life, Urgent Dogs of Miami volunteers will gladly post a fundraiser on their page to get this dog the medical care he needs. Share Macho’s plight with approved rescue organizations, friends, family and social media contacts. Sharing saves lives. We are Macho’s only hope.
(Photos of Macho courtesy of Urgent Dogs of Miami)
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MACHO (A1835996) —Who knows how long this poor boy suffered on the streets or in someone's backyard before he was picked up by the shelter 🙁 It is beyond us how anyone can see an animal in this condition and not do anything to help. Now we plead with everyone who cares to please share this boy and give him a much deserved chance to live and find a furever home. The only hope he has is us!
Posted by Urgent Dogs and Cats of Miami on Saturday, December 10, 2016