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.
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 email@example.com
(Image via Facebook)
More news and updates at the National Animal News Facebook page
14-year-old dog has been waiting to be saved in California for nearly a month – learn more here.
Animal control officer charged with cruelty for allegedly slamming tiny kitten to the floor – read more here.
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