Bear is ten years old, depressed, and on Tuesday he will be labeled "Code Red." Sadly in the animal shelter world of overcrowded conditions, the designation means to euthanize the old guys to make room for more abandoned pets.
After all, who wants an old guy?
His story didn't begin at the Wakulla County Animal Control, but one evening, not too long ago, his owner left the 60 pound, unaltered dog in a drop box at the Florida shelter located at 1 Oak Street in Crawfordville. (a high-kill facility)
Despite more than 700 shares, not one person has come forward to rescue this boy; one can't even imagine the fear and depression Bear must be feeling; that is if Bear is even his right name. Obviously no one cared enough to make sure their dog would have a chance at finding a new family and having the privilege to live his "golden years" in a loving, comfortable environment.
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Cauzican Care Animal Rescue is a non profit volunteer organization focus their efforts saving animals from the Wakulla County Animal Control:
"Although we are a NO KILL rescue, we help the Wakulla County Animal Control, a high kill facility, by cross posting on our page and pulling almost exclusively from WCAC. The WCAC is a KILL FACILITY, we NEED your help to help these animals get out!"
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