Pam and pups
March 31 at 17:19
Help needed for a Dalmation in NY
Please forward if you can't help
SO MUCH FOR LOVE AND LOYALTY FROM HIS MASTER......
CAN ANYONE BUY HIM TIME BY GETTING HIM INTO FOSTER?
WHAT A ROTTEN WAY TO END HIS YEARS! :-(
*Shelter pull and transport will be arranged.*
THIS DOG CAN ONLY GO TO A RESCUE!
PLEASE FORWARD HIS STORY......
> Sent: Wednesday, March 30, 2005 2:40 PM
> URGENT: "Winking" Sr. Male Dalmatian in Buffalo, NY
> This is an emergency appeal for help. We received a call from an area
> shelter to assist Ernie. We've gotten him a few more days before he
> will be put to sleep. He is already beyond his euthanasia date. You
> can't help but fall in love with this sweet boy when you meet him.
> Ernie was a much loved only "child" belonging to a young working
> couple. He is a purebred Dalmatian and was the love of their lives.
> He needed eye surgery which his pet parents arranged. Unfortunately,
> there were complications and Ernie did lose his left eye. That didn't
> stop him from being a wonderful, obedient pet. He rang a bell to
> announce that he needed to use the yard. He was included in every
> aspect of family life. Life was good!
> Now he's 10 years old and his family has grown to include 3 young
> children. No longer the only apple of his pet parent's eye, he became
> expert at trying to get attention. He loved the children, but their
> toys were fair game. He occasionally sprinkled in the house because
> negative attention was better than no attention at all. That wasn't
> meant to happen in his family's new house. Tied up in the basement
> after a life of love and respect was not what he expected. He whined
> and cried to be given upstairs time.
> Finally, his pleas were no longer tolerated and he was turned into a
> shelter. Shelter workers don't want to resort to euthanasia for this
> very deserving canine even though his age and story do indicate that a
> home would be difficult to find. Space at the open admissions shelter
> is limited. Ernie is currently housed with the strays. He will not be
> available for adoption to the public because of his age and one eye.
> Please help save this dog from a fate he does not deserve. If you
> cannot take this lovable guy, please pass this alert on. Time is a
> factor. We have only a couple of days! Ernie is neutered and up to
> date on shots.>
> For more information and photos, please call (716) 877-7692
> Redagal@aol.com (@aol.com)
> or (716) 549-0572 AHL81@adelphia.net (@adelphia.net) >
> Shelter pull and transport will be arranged.