Young Shepherd Surrendered To High Kill Shelter With His Favorite Toys, Cries Before He Sleeps

Jordy, who is barely 2-months-old, was confused by the stunning betrayal that quite literally sent shockwaves to his small frame. According to my source at the shelter, he immediately shut down emotionally, lifting his tiny head only to eat occasionally and sip small gulps of water to temporarily distract him from the pain of rejection.

Unfortunately for Jordy, the stakes couldn’t be anymore higher than they are. That’s because if he doesn’t find a home within the coming weeks, he could be put down to free up valuable kennel space, as the Carson Animal Shelter grapples with overcrowding and limited resources.

A Petharbor listing for the young pup reads,

“MY NAME IS JORDY AND I AM DESCRIBED AS A MALE, BLACK AND TAN GERMAN SHEPHERD DOG. THE SHELTER THINKS I AM ABOUT 9 WEEKS OLD.”

At his age, Jordy should not be crying himself to sleep every night. He should be out in a field playing somewhere enjoying all the hugs and kisses from doting parents who care deeply for him. Instead, he makes a cold concrete slab, and some chewed up toys as his only solace from the pain.

Fidonation, if you or someone you know is interested in giving this precious pup the forever family he rightfully deserves, please contact the Los Angeles County Animal Control – Carson at (310) 523-9566 and reference the shelter ID #A5041776.

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Firemen Rescue Puppies In A Storm Drain, Only To Discover They’re Not Actually “Puppies”

They then took the pups to the Humane Society located in the Pikes Peak Region to have them checked out and find out what breed they were.

To the firemen’s surprise, these were not black Labrador pups like they had assumed. Turns out they were Red Fox pups! These fox pups look very similar to dog pups and can easily confuse the untrained eye.

The firemen put the fox pups back in the drain where they found them, so that the mother fox can come back and take care of her babies. If the fox mom fails to return, then the pups will be taken to a licensed rehabilitation facility for animals.

So remember folks, next time you see puppies in the wild, they may not actually be what they seem! Click the video below to watch this amazing story.

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Dog Owner Plays Prank on Furry Friends


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Woman Abandons Dog At Airport, Says She No Longer Wants Her

Thus, they determined to set a trap, however the puppy was startled by walkers and took off running once again and the cage was taken into the parking garage, so the puppy would stay but this doesn’t work.

Finally, after 4 days, it was confirmed by some workers that the puppy was trapped in the cage and she was saved by Hope For Paws and they learned by her microchip that Viva was without home and family when her owner said she does not want the puppy anymore.

Fortunately, Foxy and the Hounds took Viva in to be fostered and felt happy and safe and she is waiting a forever home. Watch the video to have more information.

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Golden Retriever Comes Home With Baby Koala Clinging To Its Fur To Survive

Asha, the hero in question, likely picked up the koala after it fell out of its mother’s pouch, the Daily Mail reports. Owner Kerry McKinnon found Asha with the tiny joey clinging to her fur.

“She looked a bit guilty when I came out to see what was going on. Her expression was hilarious,” McKinnon told News Australia.

With temperatures dropping to as low as 41 degrees Fahrenheit in the Australian state of Victoria, the koala, “never would have made it through the night,” McKinnon said. Add to that, the threat of roaming foxes and other predators, and Asha came along just at the right time.

“Asha definitely saved the koala’s life by keeping him warm. It would have died out there if left alone all night,” McKinnon said.

The koala joey actually fought back a bit as McKinnon tried to remove it from Asha’s fur.

“I think dogs have that protective instinct. The koala didn’t want to leave Asha’s back,” McKinnon said. “When we took the koala off to wrap it in a blanket, it hissed at me and carried on.”

The joey was taken to a veterinarian, where it was cleaned up and checked for any signs of disease. Later, a koala caretaker released the young koala back into the wild.

That may be the last McKinnon and Asha see of their little eucalyptus loving friend, but word of their experience has been spreading around social media quickly. Their story will not soon be forgotten.

Learn more in the video below!

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