A dejected old-timer awaits his fate behind the bars of his lonely kennel run at an animal control agency in rural Texas. This sad boy is “Simba.” What happened in his life, before he arrived at an animal shelter in Nueces County, is a mystery.
Did he love to chase balls or roll in the grass? Or was he kept outside alone on a chain? The past is not known, but his future, if he is saved, holds the potential to be good.
Please help Simba find his happily-ever-after by sharing his adoption information.
Information below is provided by the volunteer-run Facebook page, Nueces County, Tx: Dogs in need of Rescue:
He is available NOW for ADOPTION or RESCUE.
FMI call 410-608-2195 or text 361-336-4369.
He’s in k29 at Nueces CountyRobstown.
Facebook thread here.
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