Sad old man needs out of shelter

After months behind bars, sad old boy must exit facility

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A sad, older boy is in need of assistance to leave the animal control agency where he has been held for the past several months. The 10-year-old dog, Lucky, has been at the Los Angeles County Animal Control (Carson) facility since May and his time is running out.

An advocate writes:

URGENT NEEDS HELP NOW! 🚨Adopted and RETURNED after a week due to issues with the other dog. LUCKY is the opposite of his name right now after 10 years of living with his family he was left at the Shelter completely heartbroken and confused because the owner needs to travel for work. He needs help and he deserves so much better, he is a sweet, gentle soul. Please SHARE for his life, he’s SO special and a FOSTER or ADOPTER would save him.

First Lucky lost his original family…then he lost the family that adopted him. Imagine how alone and rejected he must feel. Please help turn Lucky’s luck around by sharing his information and helping him find a reputable rescue group to take him in and give him a second chance.

Information to save Lucky

ID✰ #A5266163
Kennel C335
Carson Shelter

Petharbor link here

If you can FOSTER email @LAadopt 💌

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