Dupage County, IL – A dog is beginning a new life thanks to his homeless owner, who wanted him to have a better life. The dog, named Pluto, is now with the DuPage County Animal Services facility because his former owner reached out for help.
On Thursday, the animal welfare agency explained the touching situation, writing:
A police officer called last night to ask if someone could stay late as they drove a homeless person and her dog to the shelter. The pet owner said she wanted a better life for Pluto. Living outside and moving from place to place has been hard on both of them.
Expressing gratitude to the police officer who helped the woman and her dog escape the bitter cold, “Thank you to the officer that drove her to us and then was trying to get her into a shelter.”
Pluto got extra love and attention from shelter staff and he will begin life anew after someone adopts him. Learn more about adopting Pluto at this link.
Step 1. Scroll down or visit the shelter’s Facebook page to learn more information about animals up for adoption. Click on their name to see more details.
Step 2. Complete the appropriate application.
Step 3. If you aren’t sure which pet is right for you, call our office at 630-407-2800 to speak with a staff member.
Please 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 the animal welfare agency.
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