Update 7/30/18: Yoda was adopted!
A friendly dog’s final day alive looms after over a year at a California animal shelter. Yoda arrived as the Los Angeles Animal Services – South Los Angeles Shelter in early July 2017 and now, after so many months, his time is drawing to a close.
A Volunteer Writes About Yoda
In February 2017, on the volunteer-run Facebook page Friends of South Los Angeles Animal Shelter, a video and a tidbit of insight were provided about this homeless dog:
Yoda’s day out!! 7yo Yoda (A1713452) has been @southlaanimalshelter since July 8 2017! He had a fabulous day out playing ball, getting a bath, meeting a female dog, and eating lunch with volunteers. He’s a happy dog ready for his #foreverhome!
Yoda playing ball
Posted by Debbie Fan on Sunday, February 18, 2018
Yoda needs help – right now. After over a year in the shelter, he has become a “death row dog,” something which is entirely out of his control. Time is of the essence…Yoda must be out within 24 hours.
You can help save Yoda’s life by taking a minute to share this article with his adoption information. Networking saves lives!
Petharbor link for Yoda here.
For more information about this animal, call:
Los Angeles Animal Services – South Los Angeles Shelter at (888) 452-7381
Ask for information about animal ID number A1713452
Click here to donate to this organization
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