Future uncertain for huggable Horace

Future uncertain for ‘huggable’ dog in busy animal control agency

Since mid-January, a handsome pit bull dubbed “huggable Horace” has managed to beat the odds at the busy Los Angeles County Baldwin Park animal control facility in California. But now, after months have passed, his future is uncertain.

Volunteer photographer John Hwang recently paid a visit to the facility and captured beautiful images of the homeless dog – Hwang wrote:

“Spent time with Auntie Elaine today. She’s been trying to find a a good home or rescue for a lovable dog she nicknamed “Huggable Horace.” Sadly he’s been at the shelter for the past few months with his future uncertain.”

Is there anyone who might be willing to give this homeless boy a chance? Someone who can see his potential to be a faithful companion? Please help Horace find his special someone by taking a moment to network his adoption information.

Petharbor link for Horace here.

Los Angeles County Animal Control – Baldwin Park at (626) 962-3577
Ask for information about animal ID number A5144709

Facebook thread here.

Note: All inquiries about this dog, including those about his health, behavior and availability, should be made directly to the animal control facility.

(Images via John Hwang)

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3 replies
  1. Nancy Raymond says:

    PLEASE someone step up for Horace – he deserves a safe loving home and you will never regret giving it to him. Don’t let Baldwin County murder him.

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