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Forgotten senior bonded pair terrified at kill shelter, hold onto each other for comfort


FORGOTTEN SENIOR BONDED PAIR‼️ 2ND POST

Longtime companions Schwabo #A1342207 and Rocky #A1134124 were surrendered by their owner at a time when they needed their family the most. They were separated for a few days and Schwabo wouldn’t stop crying. 

They have been finally reunited and they find comfort on each other. Both are very sweet and friendly. Rocky loves playing with his ball and Schwabo loves to enjoy a nice big comfy bed as he has difficulty walking due to possibly age related arthritis and needs further medical care. Rocky urgently needs a dental. 

Please share widely to help them find a loving home together🙏

Rocky is 11 years old and weights 38lbs, Schwabo is 9 years old and weights 107lbs.

Miami Dade Animal Services
3599 NW 79th Avenue, Doral, Florida 33166 ☎️305-884-1101 or 📧 Pets@miamidade.gov with A#, to check: availability/status/request medical records.

STATUS :
- please call the shelter 

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