AM EXTRA EDITION (DEC. 7, 2017) These are two very urgent cases (aren’t they all!) and we feel the need to report them again. And we hope that you readers will copy and send these anywhere you can -- someone somewhere may be able to help these dogs.
This is the way the opening of the note about Mylo arrived -- boldfaced desperation!
"CRUELTY CASE "MYLO"! RESCUE ONLY! DENTON ANIMAL SHELTER: LABBY/HUSKY BOY - PET ID 68872"
You may recall the story of Mylo. Adopted. Kept in a crate without a break. Crate never cleaned. Mylo was seized in a cruelty case and now he waits in Denton’s McNatt Animal Shelter for either a rescue or the needle. That’s the story from our Denton volunteer tipster Amy Poskey. The clock is ticking, so we’ve featured Mylo in this special morning edition. To offer to help Mylo survive, email these shelter addresses: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org,
email@example.com, and/or firstname.lastname@example.org. Email Amy at email@example.com. Call the shelter at 940-349-7594.
MEANWHILE, NEEDLE FEARS IN RED OAK
Scroll down to read our earlier edition of Readlarrypowell.com to see how to help dogs in Red Oak, too. They’re getting the squeeze because of a sudden influx of dogs from Glenn Heights.
[LARRY ASIDE: Shelters were never meant to be eternal warehouses for unwanted animals. Humans have to step up and save the animals because so many cities operate under the old Texas theory of animal management: “Got an animal problem? Let’s kill it.” Work for change in society at large, not just in shelters. Save the animals from human failure.]
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