At the Lancaster Animal Care in California, heartbroken Freddy was surrendered to the shelter by his owner, just because he was too old. What has become an all too often excuse for irresponsible owners who seem to have no trouble leaving their loyal dogs behind at a shelter where the odds are high for euthanasia, not so for volunteers who devote much of their time to helping these seniors.
“He made me cry today. Sometimes I walk into the shelters and leave so heartbroken,” posted shelter volunteer Sal Valdepena on Sunday. “He can barely see because of his cherry eyes. When he heard my voice he jumped up. He loves human affection. He needs help and fast. Come on village, let’s share him.”
Freddy is 13-years-old and has bilateral cherry eyes. He is not listed on the website as available for adoption which is troubling. A foster home will save his life.
“I’m sad and I’m all alone… I thought when you got old family was supposed to look out for you?
I don’t want to die. So please share for my life. Believe in me. I am a special boy.”
Share Freddy’s plight with approved rescue organizations, friends, family and social media contacts. This boy is described by Sal as “super friendly and sooooooo loving.”
For more information, contact:
Lancaster Animal Care Center located at 5210 West Avenue l in Lancaster, California. Call 661.940.4191.
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