Update 7/26/19: UPDATE: TAGGED & pickup arrangements in place. Awesome response – extended time we have so much interest thank you all!
An overlooked mixed breed dog, described as a “plain brown wrapper type” of pooch, has been moved to the euthanasia room at the Rural Nueces County Pound in Texas – why? Nobody is interested in him.
Two different rescue groups had expressed the desire to pull Taco from the pound, but they both bailed on him and now he will likely die – through no fault of his own. Taco is depressed – who could blame him? He is just a year of age and already nobody wants him – undoubtedly this smart pup knows that his time is limited.
Within the past hour, the Facebook page Nueces County: TX – Dogs in need of Rescue, wrote:
6 pm deadline or Taco goes down
SAD, DEPRESSED…Moved to EU room as no interest shown
– URGENT: Small Shelter full and clearing house…all dogs off hold are being destroyed
TACO is such a sweet lab mix – possibly a lil black mouth cur in there…
but sadly he’s so plain brown wrapper type no ones even looked at him
only 25 pounds / approx 1 year old
Time is running out – please take a moment out of your day to help this overlooked, “plain” dog find someone who is able to save his young life.
ID – 64680 – Kennel 29
Located: Rural Nueces County Pound
– TEXT / CALL BY 5 pm cst
FMI: (410) 608-2195
Networking saves lives!! Please do not contact the Pet Rescue Report – all calls must be made directly to the county pound. Serious inquiries only.
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