On June 14, police discovered an abandoned dog, wandering alone in a park in Brooklyn, New York. The dog, dubbed “Megatron,” was taken to the New York Animal Care Center (Brooklyn), but not surprisingly, nobody came forward to claim him.
Megatron was on the “euthanasia list” on June 22 – his Petharbor link is still active today (Friday 6/23), but he is not safe. This abandoned dog’s history is unknown – all that is known is that he needs to quickly find an adopter or reputable rescue group to take him in.
According to NYC Urgent, Megatron is exhibiting signs of kennel stress – and it’s getting worse. Without help, he will be gone soon. Notes indicate that Megatron does best with female dogs – he has been friendly with the volunteers. Something is wrong with one of Megatron’s eyes – he should be evaluated and treated by a veterinarian.
Read more about this dog here.
For more information about this animal, visit:
Animal Care Center of NYC – Brooklyn
Ask for information about animal ID number: A1115306
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