Four dogs, fortunate enough to have found their way out of the Los Angeles animal shelter system of euthanasia, have been "in limbo," and volunteers are desperately asking the public for help finding these delightful bundles of canine beauty permanent and loving homes.
The dogs had been rescued, but the facility suddenly closed, and the dogs had no place to go. Fortunately volunteers have stepped up, but it's time these dogs find a human of their own.
Hope for Buck, an advocacy group of volunteers who help other animals in need, are asking responsible people with room in their hearts and their homes to help these four special dogs:
- Xena, a three-year-old female pit bull has been spayed and is house trained. Her tragic past includes being spotted by a witness as her previous owner dropped Xena off on the side of the road and sped off. At the time Xena was pregnant.
- Mac is a white male pit bull who was found wandering the streets. This very mellow dog is shy, but is described as very well-behaved. He has been neutered, vaccinated, and micro-chipped. All he needs now is a human to lick and love.
- Coco is a three-year-old American bulldog and pit bull mix. Her story began when she was found living under a car. She is well-mannered and very sweet.
- And our last canine beauty, is Stitch who is a one-and-a-half-year old female pit bull who had been previously used as a bait dog. Somehow Stitch escaped her horrible fate, and she is described as extremely sweet, however because of her past, it is advisable that Stitch be the only dog in the home.
Photos are available here, and videos are available of each dog by clicking here. More videos of each dog are available at the following links:
Please send the story of these deserving dogs to your friends, neighbors, and co-workers. These are the innocent victims of animal cruelty and neglect; all of which everyone must help to end, and find a way to make this a better world for those of whom we share this beautiful planet.
If you can open your home or dog rescue to Xena or any of her friends, please contact Emy Coligado on facebook or email@example.com.
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