EDITION OF TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 2016 (PetPowellPress) -- That is some face on a dog, right? We’ve mentioned this dog before, but he’s still held at Dallas Animal Services even though he’s clearly blessed with an artistic face.
How’s that? Not only is the face of DAS #A0981557 expressive but he bears an artistic symbol: a 1960s-style stretch cat who sits on the dog’s cheek and stretches up between the dog’s ears.
How is it an 8 year old dog this precious cannot find a home in North Texas?
This is one of many older dogs and many, many mother dogs and puppies waiting for either the Needle of Finality or a good home while watching the clock at Dallas Animal Services. Our animal tipster Kimberly Jones has been watching the arrival of older dogs and expectant mommies and mommies with litters intently over the past few weeks and here’s what readlarrypowell.com believes is being proven: DALLAS IS THE MOST FERTILE AND, SIMULTANEOUSLY, DON’T CARE CITY IN ALL OF CREATION.
Anyone want to argue that, please cite your evidence to the contrary and we’ll post it. The only reason you know about any of these dumped and maimed animals is people who care about them are taking up the slack for the hordes of idiots who don’t give a damn.
When you first saw D#A0980298 on our site, she looked like that.
Here’s what she looks like now. They all need saving.
MEANWHILE IN CONROE
We got this tip from Alexandra Kelsey in Houston (near Conroe) who used this subject line “HOARDERS SPRING CLEANING: Montgomery County needs help.”
Tammy Richey is the contact at the Montgomery County Animal Shelter. There are plenty of dogs needing help, so email Tammy.Richey@mctx.org.
Among the notes included on an email is this: “The pregnant females have been spoken for, however, the others are still there and our ACOs are unfortunately working several other hoarding situations at the moment, a new very heavy pregnant mom and her previous litter of puppies were brought in over the last few days.”
Our pal Alexandra says Tammy “is working hard to save these hoarded animals and get them straight into rescue.”
The shelter is at 8535 SH 242 in Conroe. Call 936-442-7738. The Facebook link is HERE.
CONTEMPLATIONS: I was just roaming around online Monday night and clicked through to the Facebook page for Dallas Animal Services and spotted this photo of Lion (A0982934), a 60-pound, year-old female Shepherd mix. I don’t know how she wound up at DAS, but I do know that she was not born with ears like that. Some idiot human maimed that poor dog. Probably was planning on “fightin’ her” in some neighborhood creep’s organized fights in Dallas. What? Dog fighting in Dallas? Well, I swan.... Idiots roam free in this town. If it were not a big sin, I’d like to take a 2017 Swing Away model of the Readlarrypowell.com Two-by-Four of Enlightenment to the person who mutilated this dog. That would, of course, be wrong, but it would feel so good. Maybe the jerk already is in jail -- I’m trying to be optimistic in a pessimistic situation. ... So, I was wondering what I might find in Grand Prairie’s Prairie Paws Adoption Center and I ran across this LINK TO FEATURED PETS. That’s where I found this photo of the Foster Dog of the Week who, as you can see, is a cat. Wow -- ever thought of passing a cat off as a dog just so you can get a foster home involved? Elvira’s ID is A147384. Adoption fee is $10. She may already have been adopted -- I couldn’t tell how old the post is, but she is dressed for St. Patrick’s day and that’s on March17, so she’s at least seasonally attired in this photograph. ... My funspouse Martha and I were doing some actual work Monday evening and decided we’d like to have something fun on TV,. So we considered watching Antiques Roadshow on KERA but the station was offering a program about age reversal. Which, I guess, is a sort of antiques roadshow. We didn’t watch. Two of the dogs and one of the cats tuned in on their cellphones.
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