How about that cute photo of the 64-pound dog stretching to look out of the shelter. There’s a story.
It involves what he was watching. Get a tissue if you love dogs at all.
This guy is Cowboy and he “has until 9 a.m. Wednesday” and then, if no one rescues him or adopts him from the Mesquite Animal Shelter, the 3-year-old Pittie mix, will get the needle.
He’s been in the shelter since March 22.
Our tipster Judi Brown wrote that “he was in the yard when several of our dogs were rescued. He saw them leaving. He became very excited. It was as if he was saying, 'Don’t forget me!' He’s a frisky, energetic, fun loving guy anyway and after seeing other dogs leaving, he had a hard time settling down. Cowboy is friendly. He likes to interact with people.”
His shelter ID is 38127341 -- use that number when you call 972-216-6283 or email email@example.com to rescue or adopt him.
[LARRY ASIDE: Maybe someone has already saved him. Maybe not. But, geezalou, we just can't imagine being the person who has to kill this dog. Or any dog. Got to be some way to stop this system of killing in places called "shelters".]
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