Nashville, NC – A picture can often portray emotion more effectively than words.
The photo captured of a 3 month-old puppy named “Moot” at the Nash County Animal control is one such image.
Instead of the carefree joy typically encounted in young puppies, Moot exhibits absolute terror.
According to the individual who captured this image, the first time that she picked him up, he was so terrified that he “poo’d”.
No dog should have to experience such terror – a puppy this young should not even know that such terror exists.
Moot is described as a 3 month old Lab mix who weighs approximately 10 lbs. Moot was picked up as a stray.
Moot needs to have a person who can make him feel safe and loved. He needs security and comfort.
Moot needs to be rescued. Per notes on the Nash County Animal Friends Facebook page, Moot’s stray hold is up on 3/6/2012.
Nobody wants to acknowledge the fact that puppies are put to death at animal control facilities, but the truth of the matter is this – they are. Please help Moot – don’t let him become another sad statistic.
CONTACT: This pet is at the Nash County Animal Control Shelter, Nashville, NC. For more information call the Shelter at 252-459-9855, email AnimalShelter@nashcountync.gov
HOURS & ADOPTION INFO: The Shelter is open 1-4pm Monday-Friday. Mornings are by appointment only. The adoption fee is ONLY $20, but does not include anything such as rabies or other immunizations nor spay/neuter.
LOCATION: Nash County Animal Control Shelter
921 NORTH 1st Street Extension
(921 Red Oak Hwy – use for GPS)
Nashville, NC 27856
RESCUES: For assistance or information, please message Carol H Vierela or email NCAF-Inquiry@hotmail.com
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