Update 11/08/2021: Momo is still alive, but he still does not have any interest. The shelter is aware that he is being networked on social media. Please continue to share his information to help him find someone who can save his life.
Back in July, a senior dog named Momo lost his home and family when he was surrendered to the Los Angeles County Animal Control – Downey facility in California. This adorable old boy has been waiting for months for someone to take notice of him, but nobody has, and now he is out of time.
Earlier this week, his advocate let everyone know that Momo is considered to be “urgent” and he is quickly running out of time. Sadly, he has absolutely no interest from rescue agencies or adopters.
His advocate shared some insight to his personality:
MOMO-💓 is a sweet big lovable #shelterseal who just loves to be with people …. rough around the edges but a marshmallow.. very roughedly handsome.
Mature white whiskers and all, and likes to show his love and be vocal and expressive about his feelings for you.
He Roo’s a serenade at you, like those husky reels… 💗 he smiles a big hippo grin at you… he is long and round, but little G handles him just fine.
♦️♦️But if you saw him in the kennel you would never know how much charm he has 💓 he sleeps and stays on his big old blankets all day with out a peep. …. 💗
Will you please network Momo’s information? Time is of the essence.
Momo #A5431371 8yr Neutered gry/wht Pit bull 90 lbs.
Owner surrendered due to no time 7/26/21
QUESTIONS (562) 940-6898
IF YOU HAVE PLACEMENT:
PLEASE EMAIL DOWNEY ANIMAL CARE CENTER STAFF
Contact email for urgent rescue placement: ACCDowney@animalcare.lacounty.gov
Find Momo’s Petharbor link here.
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