A dog named Tux was sent to the pound because his family was expecting a baby. Now, the Labrador retriever mix sits alone inside of a kennel run at the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office Animal Control agency in Willows, California. Even Tux’s adoption profile at the pound’s website states “unwanted.”
Tux didn’t ask to lose his family and home. Now, he needs someone to take notice of him. On Thursday, a plea was made on Tux’s behalf. It reads:
HIS FAMILY WAS HAVING A BABY, SO TUX WAS BROUGHT TO THE POUND
Now, he’s OUT OF TIME. Tux needs a home like, Yesterday… this is no joke…
Tux is a black lab/ border collie mix about 5-6 years old. 55 lbs.
Tux really knows his name well.
He knows how to sit and lay down.
He is dog and kid friendly but cats are unknown.
He is an absolute sweetheart!
Tux is a pretty active boy and lived previous both indoors and outdoors.
Tux needs a family who will treat HIM like family. Please share his adoption information to help him find someone.
Please call 530-934-3311 and set up an appointment for a meet and greet with Tux. If you have a dog you can bring them to meet him too.
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