NYC DEATH ROW SURVIVOR FINDS HIS FAMILY IN GEORGIA, How fitting our Samson (formerly known as Monthra or Mo for short) would be going home to his family on Saint Valentine’s Day. Handsome Samson was originally found wandering the streets of New York City…cold, hungry, sick, and terrified. He was in such bad shape that CCR had to place him in a local short-term foster home until he was well enough to travel. After two months of medical attention, good nutrition, and lots of TLC he is NOW healthy and ready to go home! And in this home is a fabulous family that has been patiently awaiting his arrival with open arms. Samson will finally have what he so rightfully deserves…a loving family that is committed to giving him the finest life has to offer. But in order for him to receive his gift of family, we need your help getting him home! Let’s give this precious boy a Saint Valentine Day to remember…Let’s give him his family!
Samson is neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped. He is current on preventative care for Heartworm and flea/ticks.
When I first approached Mothra’s kennel, I almost expected this big fellow to ‘neigh’ like a pony- yes, he’s that big! His friendly face and wagging tail told me he’s ready to make a friend, so I leashed him and out we go. I have to be honest and tell you that he weighs considerably more than I do so I wasn’t comfortable taking him out for a walk so we head for the backyard. He goes potty immediately indicating he’s likely housetrained. Friendly and nice, Mothra doesn’t mind being tethered for some photos, and makes soft eye contact. Off leash in a pen, he glides around as he investigate the good smells, and then stands by the gate to observe and wag his tail at a play group in an adjoining pen. He’s not interested in my treats, but puts his head in my lap for some petting. Gentle, low key and easy, Mothra goes to the back gate to watch the street, maybe hoping that his person is there….he looks with longing and it’s hard to pull him away. When it’s time to go back inside he comes easily, hops back into his kennel and wags his little stumpy tail at me. He’s a magnificent boy, looking for a home who will give him the space, time and love that he craves.
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