Police looking for home for puppy after death of owner

After owner died, police try to find puppy a new home

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Not long ago, a puppy in Tennessee was left homeless after the death of his owner. The six-month-old mixed breed pup, named Leo, was taken to the Montgomery County Animal Care and Control facility where he has been rather lonely.

A bit of help from new friends

Leo is understandably lonesome and confused after the loss of his person, but he recently was given some respite from that loneliness when a new friend came to visit.On Wednesday, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office posted two photos of Leo (with his friend) and a plea for help to find the pup a new family:

Meet Leo. His owner recently passed away and since then he has been experiencing loneliness. His puppy face temporarily lit with joy as Deputy Liberatore visited with him

Hopefully the social media boost will help this sweet pup find someone to mend his broken heart. If you are interested in learning more about Leo,  please reach out to the Montgomery County Animal Care and Control at 931-648-5750.

(Via Facebook)

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5 replies
  1. Pennysdachshunds says:

    HURRAY!! HURRAY!! for the Montgomery Tennessee Police Department:: I am AMAZED and I am Humbled & Grateful!!! With ALL the Issues Across our UNITED STATES with various departments of the Law Enforcement, I as many other’s have become somewhat “JADED” and experienced somewhat of a Loss of Faith in the Justice System . This POST MADE MY DAY!!! OFFICERS : I COMMEND YOU and your QUEST and I sure in the HELL am Rooting for LEO!!!

  2. Adrienne says:

    Hope Leo gets his shot at a loving home for the rest of his life. Communities, police, everyone needs to be involved in helping these animals find new homes so that they can have a family again.Lost his person and needs someone to step up and take over.


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