White Fang and his bonded pal Kuca have run out of time at Texas shelter: Owners had no time and neither does anyone else

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Monday morning is “last call” for White Fang and Kuca. Animal advocates at the Houston & Harris County Animal Volunteers have been pleading for weeks for these two adorable buddies. Their owner surrendered them to the shelter 47 days ago because they had no time for their dogs; tragically no one else seems to want them either.

Today is their last day at shelter

And now their lives will end. When Kuca and White Fang were separated at the shelter while being spayed and neutered, White Fang was terrified being without his friend. The videographer for volunteers made sure the dogs were reunited once surgery was over; the pair were reunited and both dogs are once again happy.

EXCEPT now it’s almost over for White Fang and Kuca. The shelter doesn’t want to end their lives, but there is no place for these dogs; that is unless their new family is out there and ready to adopt or foster them.

“The shelter has sent out multiple pleas for these guys because they want them saved and we’ve been trying too, but we have no plan for them. They love each other very much and at least they won’t have to live without the other. We hope they get their last minute miracle. Anyone?”

Houston and Harris County Animal Volunteers Facebook

Check out their video:

https://www.facebook.com/houstonandharriscountyanimalvolunteers/videos/811655756175969

Kuca

Heartworm NEGATIVE 🐾 5 years old 🐾 54 lbs 🐾 spayed 🐾 loves men, women and KIDS 🐾 DOG FRIENDLY

White Fang

Heartworm NEGATIVE 🐾 3 years old 🐾 55 lbs 🐾 neutered 🐾 runs away from men and women (but he has been doing much better lately)

http://petharbor.com/pet.asp?uaid=HRRS.A579491A579491

http://petharbor.com/pet.asp?uaid=HRRS.A579492A579492

Harris County Pets Resource Center 612 Canino Rd., Houston, TX 77076

Monday-Friday 1pm-5:30pm, Saturday-Sunday 11am-3:30pm281-999-3191

www.countypets.com

Please use the animal’s six digit ID number when calling the shelter. Using the ID number makes it easier for the phone operators to give you accurate, up to date information.

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