Adopt Trooper!

8/19/2009:

Interested in giving a loving dog a new home? Read on…

save-trooper

Trooper saved; needs foster or permanent home asap

Trooper was to be euthanized today in Camden County Humane Society. Not because he is a bad dog or even mean, most likely he just looks like he is part Pitbull and therefore marked for death because of stereotypes. He is being pulled to rescue to Hoboken this Saturday by Fur Family Rescue, but they are also full and need a foster parent ASAP.

Trooper is a loving soul, and needs a home without cats, children or other dogs. He has so much to offer someone – even as a foster, Trooper is:

  • Housetrained
  • Likes to chill and cuddle
  • Has all his shots and is neutered
  • Walks well on the leash and can heel
  • Sits on command and will love you unconditionally!
  • Dog food will be provided to foster families that respond by Saturday…

If you are interested, or know someone that would be please email: furfamilyrescue@gmail.com or kimberly@furfamilyrescue.org

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18 Comments on "Adopt Trooper!"

fupa
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fupa

you’ll see this many more times with “humane” societies and other kill shelters. they dont care if a rescue calls and says they will take a specific animal. unless u r there at that very moment, they will put them to sleep.

sullyx
Member

@FurFamilyRescue in the future please stop by wiredjc.com with animal in need postings, we have a lot of jersey city residents that are dog lovers and a large network willing to help if possible. TIA.
RIP Trooper

FurFamilyRescue
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FurFamilyRescue

I’ve seen it – cute movie, and agree with you. I was sad to only have a small window to do anything but it was what it was…

You’re totally right. It is an out of control situation, which is why I am so passionate about trying to help out where I can. Please understand that I am not attempting to invoke any guilt – we all have our own interests and causes, only explaining the situation to those above that had commented.

mooshu
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mooshu

I know that you didn’t take leadership with regards to the notice distribution. It’s definitely not you I am calling out here…

In response to FurFamilyRescue who said:
I’ve seen it – cute movie, and agree with you. I was sad to only have a small window to do anything but it was what it was…

You’re totally right. It is an out of control situation, which is why I am so passionate about trying to help out where I can. Please understand that I am not attempting to invoke any guilt – we all have our own interests and causes, only explaining the situation to those above that had commented.

mooshu
Member
mooshu

I recommend the movie “Year of the Dog” with Molly Shannon. Not because it’s a great film. But because the moral of the story is that these things are sometimes out of our control.

Unfortunately, we cannot help every creature, and there’s no need to feel guilty (or invoke guilt out of others) over a 24-hour notice of a dog’s death sentence. I can’t be the only one who thinks it’s absolutely bizarre that a notice like that would go out, giving no time for anyone to do anything about it…

King of Rock
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King of Rock

Where is Bob Barker when you need him…reach right into my pocket and grab a $100 bill…woops that wasn’t a bill….

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