A one-year-old young dog’s heartbreak can be seen in his soulful eyes. Cream is barely a year old, and everything he has known in his short life has been taken away from him. His life used to center around two children – aged 2 and 6. Cream knew how big he was compared to the children and was gentle with them; together they would play with toys while Cream would lick the kids with love and patience. When not playing, Cream followed his owner everywhere, but that was yesterday, and today he is scheduled to die by humane euthanasia at the Brooklyn’s facility of New York City Animal Care Centers. Volunteers state the friendly dog is being railroaded.
A volunteer writes:
“His favorite thing to do is play. He likes to play with balls, sticks, bottles, squeaky toys, stuff toys, and chew toys. He enjoys playing fetch, chase, wrestling, tug, and alerting.”
Another boy, barely out of puppy hood and completely misunderstood at the shelter. Cream comes with wonderful surrender notes. Crate-Trained! House-Trained! Gentle with the children with whom he lived! He is young, he is energetic, he wants to play play play! And there is not time and place for that at the shelter. And because he is in a kennel all day, with no chance to run and play, he is unsure, scared, acting out. And for that, he will die.”
A male fawn dog
Brooklyn Animal Care Center
About 1 years 3 months old
Weight – 74 lbs
Owner surrender on 28-Dec-2017 -landlord won’t allow
The following is how Cream reacted when he was surrendered. He’s young, scared and confused:
“Cream walked well on a leash into the admissions office. when he entered the office he sat while the owner and the counselor talked. After about 10 mins, Cream started to become aroused from all the barking in the kennels and jumped on his owner and licked his face. When removed he started to pull to look around the room and jump. Cream’s attention was redirected to a treat and he sat down and calmed down. He took the treat very gently from the counselor’s hand. He was difficult to collar because he would not hold still and struggled when held by his owner. It was eventually placed on him. His owner left and the counselor was able to get Cream to to for a photo by showing him a treat and saying ‘sit.’ He held still and then gently took the treat. He pulled very hard on the leash when walking around the care center but he showed no behavior concerns during the admissions process.”
Check out his video. You be the judge. Cream is rated New Hope and needs an approved rescue organization to help him survive the day.
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