Downey, CA – The final plea has been issued on behalf of a young husky named Charlie. The three-year-old dog has been at the Los Angeles County Animal Control – Downey facility since March 2.
On Wednesday, Charlie’s advocate wrote:
Final Plea sent today 4/4/23
Charlie is only 53 pounds, but because he’s a big puff ball beauty, he looks bigger then he is. Charlie, stands out, he is front and center at his kennel, calm, cool collect and he gives you a bright beautiful look, that is very welcoming and friendly . The minute I saw him, he bedazzled me.
Offering pertinent, life-saving information:
I am described as a neutered male, white and black Siberian Husky.
Find Charlie’s adoption link here.
You can help save Charlie’s life by sharing his adoption information – networking is vitally important! Please be aware that adoptions are down, and shelter intakes are high. Highly adoptable animals are losing their life because there are not enough adopters. Please help if you can.
Note: All inquiries about this dog must be made directly to the shelter. Animal Victory is NOT the point of contact and has no affiliation with this shelter, or this dog. Thank you.
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