Downey, CA – The final plea was sent out this week for a “skin and bones” dog who has been overlooked for weeks at the Los Angeles County Animal Control – Downey facility. His name is Wilson, and he was brought to the animal shelter on June 25.
In the weeks that have passed, nobody has offered to save Wilson’s life.
Two days ago, a shelter advocate posted images of Wilson, writing:
Wilson Final Plea was sent out!
Wilson, is a angel in his kennel.
The poor fellow is skin and bones, he gets extra feedings, but the poor sweet boy needs some extra tlc and fattening up.
Help this gorgeous be happy, healthy and thriving
Life has clearly been unkind to this young dog. A dog does not become this malnourished in a loving home. Shelter notes about his personality below:
During his handling assessment: Wilson maintained a loose wiggly demeanor during the assessment soliciting further petting from the handler.
Wilson is ok for public adoption high school age kids + recommended no other dogs recommended.
Please help Wilson find his way to a loving home – networking saves lives! Wilson’s adoption information can be found below.
Adoption link here.
Located At: Los Angeles County Animal Control – Downey
Description: My name is Wilson.
I am described as a male, gray Pit Bull Terrier.
Age: The shelter thinks I am about 5 years old.
More Info: I have been at the shelter since Jun 25, 2023.
Downey, CA 90242
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