The appearance of a young dog, who was surrendered to the Los Angeles County Animal Care and Control in Downey, Calif., attracted great attention from most people who viewed his photo.
The dog, named "Napolean," had been surrendered on Oct. 23, and on Friday, Oct. 25, he was rescued.
Kyle Schwab, of Smashface Rescue, pulled the one-year-old pit bull/Basset hound mix, from the facility on Friday and gave the dog his freedom ride.
From comments on Schwab's Facebook page, it appears that Napolean already has a prospect for a forever home; a happy "tail" indeed.
Prior story on Napolean here.
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