In Kingsville, Texas, a frightened black Labrador retriever snuggled up to a shelter volunteer for reassurance. The three-year-old, named Shilah, has no promises for a home; tragically she faces humane euthanasia. Her situation is urgent.
“Kennel 21: Female Black Lab (3-4 years, 35-40 pounds)
Available 7/20 for rescue, adoption, or EUTHANASIA!
This sweet girl was so scared in the kill shelter but knew that we were there to help. She cuddled right up to volunteers and did not want to leave their side. Her skin is sure to clear up after some vet care and she will bring you a lifetime of love!”
Sadly there have been very few inquiries for this sweet dog. Please share her plight with approved rescue organizations, friends, family and social media contacts. Sharing saves lives.
Adoptions are $45 cash/check and must be done in person.
All animals must be spayed/neutered within 30 days.
No holds can be made.
First come, first served.
Kingsville Animal Control, TX
M-F 9:30-11:30 & 1:00-4:30
3415 N Fm 1355 Kingsville TX
Photos of frightened Lab courtesy of Kingsville Animal Advocates.
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