Confused senior hidden from public view

Confused senior hidden from public view only wants to be loved

A confused senior dog his hidden away from public view at a busy, high-intake animal control agency in California. The 11-year-old dog, named “Kobi,” has everything against him – his age (few people want to adopt a senior dog), his location (an animal control agency that is packed to capacity), and the fact that he is not only hidden from public view, but not even listed online.

The volunteer-run Facebook page, Saving Carson Shelter Dogs, wrote:

KOBI is a gentle beauty and he is smart and sweet and he is so confused about being in the Shelter. Not sure why he’s in the quarantine part, away from the Public view but he needs your help now. Please SHARE for his life, he’s SO special and a FOSTER or ADOPTER would save him. NOT LISTED ONLINE

Kobi needs a retirement home – a place where he will be loved and cared for, unconditionally, for all the rest of his days. You can help Kobi find that home by taking a moment to network his adoption information.

🔹 Carson Shelter – 310-523-9566
🔹 M-TH 12pm-7pm, F-SU- 10am-5pm
🔹216 W Victoria St. Gardena, CA 90248

Identification number #A5076290

Facebook thread here.

 

https://www.facebook.com/savingcarsonshelterdogs/videos/798216747017628/

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13 replies
  1. Helen says:

    Always very sad to see a senior dog in a shelter. I pray this pup finds a loving family that will care and love him in his twilight years.

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    • Darla says:

      My latest rescue is a senior who was in a city run shelter (high kill). He was 8-1/2 years old and I got him out as soon as possible after his stray hold was up.

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  2. Barkley's Mom says:

    That’s right Carson, hide them away so you get to kill them when their time is up. Don’t even try to find them a home! Thank you Saving Carson Shelter Dogs, if not for you we wouldn’t be able to share his plight!

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  3. Carrie Ainsley says:

    Seniors make the best adoptees! They are usually house trained, calm, and just grateful to have a place to lay around and sleep peacefully. My last three adoptions were seniors, and I would choose them over a puppy any day.

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  4. Pennysdachshund says:

    Governor Brown Needs to get his head out of the “Potting Soil” and Come to the ASSIST of ANIMAL ABUSE in THE SHELTERS RUN by HIS “GUPPY”STATE of ” IT” getting OLD LETS TOSS IT!!! HE is getting OLD TOO!!!

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  5. Kathleen Drude says:

    Seniors who are left at shelters usually never leave! This is very troubling to me! Older dogs have alot to offer, they are housebroken, they are quiet, they love being couch potatos! Save a life adopt a senior pet the rewards are many and worth it!

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  6. John says:

    My Dog is 11 Years old. I would never think about Turning Her over to a Shelter. Older Dogs will stay by your side to the End. Will someone Please Get this Sweet Dog out of this Shelter before it’s to late. Karma to the People that left this Dog behind.

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  7. Cynthia Como says:

    I’m sickened by Kobi’s story,why are they keeping him from view? Sounds like they are stacking the odds against him! OMG! This is breaking my heart! PLEASE DEAR GOD HELP THIS POOR BOY!!! HE IS NOT EVEN LISTED ON LINE,WHY???? PLEASE PLEASE KEEP US UPDATED!!!

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