Frightened dog dies in hours

Frightened dog in Texas shelter has hours to live

On Friday afternoon, a dog advocate issued the type of Facebook post that nobody wants to see – a post announcing that a frightened dog has just hours left to live. The post is on behalf of a rather neglected looking black and white dog named Rambler.

Frightened dog hours to live

Rambler’s advocate writes:

I’m going to die in two hours. They said they don’t want to kill me but at the end I know they don’t care. They won’t remember my name. I was right to be afraid of people. I was right to be terrified of this place. No one was going to come and adopt me. No one was going to come to rescue me. No one wants me and I’m scared to die

How to help this frightened dog

How can anyone help this frightened dog? Networking is known to save lives – sharing photos and contact information on behalf of homeless dogs may lead to a last minute, life-saving reprieve. According to Rambler’s advocate, he dies (in Mesquite, Texas) at 4 p.m.

Information about this dog indicates that he is “scared of everything,” but dog friendly.

Offers of help should be directed to rescues@cityofmesquite.com

(Image via Facebook)

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20 replies
  1. Red says:

    Why can’t you relocate him to a no kill shelter!?!?! There is nothing wrong with him other than being terrified of that horrible place!

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      • Madelyn says:

        That’s not true they Transport dogs to other shelters. Saw it done in Florida. They must do in when shelters are full. Unless their to lazy to care .

    • Sheri says:

      B. CORTEZ He is still there!! PLEASE HELP IF YOU CAN!! SEE LINK ABOVE!! PLEASE CALL FOR HIM!! GET A RESCUE TO TAG HIM FOR YOU,, HE CAN BE TRANSPORTED!! PEASE CALL IF YOU ARE SERIOUSLY INTERESTED. HOP ON HIS PAGE SOMEONE WILL HELP YOU TO HELP HIM.????????????

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  2. Christine Brown says:

    i hate these kill shelters they all ought to be shut down for good. I hope and pray that Rambler can be saved

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  3. Melissa Gurley says:

    Please don’t kill him it’s cruel please someone give this beautiful dog a chance be his hero I pray he finds a home before you murder him

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    • Carmita says:

      He’s adorable. Please dear God I’m begging you to do your miracle and send one of your angels from earth to rescue this sweet boy, please save his precious life

      Reply

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