Several friendly, young dogs are staring down death at an animal control agency in Kingsville, Texas. The City of Kingsville Health Department Animal Control and Care Center posted photos of the dogs on Thursday, and explained the danger that they were in. The post for Ram reads:
OUT OF TIME…NEEDS OUT ASAP
Owners never reclaimed…
Ram is a big boy, about 2-3 yrs old, and weighs 54 lbs.
He is in desperate need of a good home. He gets along fine with people and other dogs.
You can tell from the photo that Ram has a happy, wagging tail, and a face that is longing for affection. The next dog’s posting reads:
NEEDS OUT ASAP…URGENT STATUS Tator is a young lab mix, about 1 yr old and 41 lbs. He gets along with people and other dogs.
Tator still has the face of a puppy – a dog with a sweet smile and so much life left to live.
The next posting is for a puppy named Shine:
OUT OF TIME…NOW LISTED AS URGENT Shine is less than 1 yr old and 35 lbs. She is good with people and other dogs.
Shine is just a baby – she should not be locked away, waiting for someone to lead her to a back room for one final shot.
You can help these dogs by networking them! Questions? Contact the shelter at 361-592-3324. See all of the dogs at risk at this facility at this link to Facebook.
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