Trenton, NJ – Not even one year of age, and staring death in the face – today.
Wade, a beautiful mixed-breed dog with big, brown eyes and a gorgeous smile – will die this afternoon if nobody speaks up on his behalf.
I hate receiving these pleas to save a life as much as you hate reading them.
Wade has done nothing wrong – he was picked up as a stray and taken to the Trenton Animal Shelter.
A volunteer has sent me an email, begging for him to be profiled – the shelter volunteers have tried all of the local rescues, but they are full.
Every foster home is full.
The saddest part of this heartbreaking scenario, the volunteer’s request as she sent an email with 3 dogs listed – 3 dogs slated to be killed today…if I have to choose just one, please profile Wade – he is so sweet and the shelter staff loves him.
Wade loves everyone.
You can see that on his face – you can envision him rolling on his back for a tummy rub, or burying his beautiful head in your lap as you scratch his adorable, floppy ears.
At some point in the past several months, Wade was let down by his owner – someone turned him out, or purposefully dumped him – now he is trapped.
Along with Reggie, a gorgeous Red Pit bull who was surrendered by his family to the crowded shelter. Reggie, a playful, young dog who will die this afternoon if not spoken for.
And handsome Wiley, a tall, young mixed-breed dog described as a “total sweetheart” who would make someone an excellent running partner.
Who wouldn’t love to have this gorgeous dog running by their side through the park?
Three beautiful dogs – three special lives – all with an appointment tonight in a backroom.
Please share their story – Wade, Reggie and Wiley need your help.
Please take just a moment out of your day to share, like, or Tweet (or all of the above) their story. These beautiful souls depend on your help – they have absolutely no way to get out of the Trenton Animal Shelter on their own.
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