Abused and homeless dog Gus

Nobody cares about Gus, who was abused and is now homeless

Update 8/19/19: Rescued! Check out Gus’ freedom video below:

A homeless dog at the Carson Animal Services facility in California is longing to be loved, but after more than a month, the overlooked dog seems to be out of luck. The dog, six-year-old Gus, appears to be the victim of abuse.

An advocate who has met Gus writes:

I finally got to take him out last weekend and fell in love. He’s about 6 yrs old and came into the shelter as a stray on July 11th. Gus had a cone for awhile due to something with his eyes, every time I walked by him he looked so sad.

When I got him out of his kennel, he had the biggest smile and did a few bursts over to the play yard. Gus appears to have (what looks like) chemical burns all over his face, which could explain his eyes too. When I first petted Gus, he seemed a little startled, so we went slow and were best buds in no time.

Gus is undoubtedly sad – someone hurt him badly and now he is completely alone and apparently unwanted. Gus longs for a person to love him, but he spends his days alone in a kennel run at the busy animal control agency.

https://www.facebook.com/networkingfordogs/videos/727028217750650/

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Adoption profile for Gus here.

ID✰ #A5299802
Kennel C201
Carson Shelter
☎️310.523.9566


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2 replies
  1. Bunny Peters says:

    What a sweetheart. That precious sweet face…… I wish I could have him here…… He deserves a loving furever family!!!

    I hope someone local in Southern California can save him……

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