Sunday, December 7, 2014

Bradenton FL: SOS! A HUSKY'S TRAGEDY! LEFT ALONE IN EMPTY HOUSE AFTER SUFFERING MULTIPLE LOSSES!

On Sun, Dec 7, 2014 at 1:00 PM, Katie Walter <katie.walter@att.net> wrote:
If you can be his angel, please contact ASAP:
Stephanie at phone number: (941) 920-6172,  
Or Marjolein at phone number: (941) 750-0445.  (Feel free to leave a message)
---------Forwarded Message----------
From: Marjolein Klaui [mailto:mdklaui@gmail.com]
Sent: Sunday, December 07, 2014 3:35 PM
Bradenton, FL
- MUST READ!! - SOS!! - A HUSKY'S TRAGEDY! - LEFT ALONE IN EMPTY HOUSE, AFTER SUFFERING MULTIPLE LOSSES!!  

PLEASE read "KUJO'S" story, the gentle Siberian Husky mix, who faced multiple losses, and no end in sight. Such tragedy!!

"KUJO", is a kind 7 year old, male Husky/Shepard mix, 45 lbs, neutered, all shots, no medical issues.  He is house trained, and is good with other dogs and kids.  Not sure about cats.  He loves to run and go on walks, and also enjoys riding in a car.

This is Kujo's sad story: 
For 7 years Kujo lived within the safety of a 5 person household, and absolutely loved every single member of the family.  During that time he also had his beloved longtime canine buddy "Otto" by his side. 
Then tragedy struck and Kujo's world started falling apart. It all began with the death of Kujo's favorite family member, which hit him really hard.  Not long thereafter every single family member moved out, leaving Kujo behind, who sadly kept searching for them everywhere....!!

After losing all of his beloved human companions, the unthinkable happens as his longtime buddy "Otto" is taken away from him (!!) As Kujo saw his best friend driving off in the U-haul truck, he was beside himself.  It was more than this sweet boy could bare.  How much more would he have to take???

Well, if these incredible losses weren't enough for this heartbroken soul, his owner was forced to move without him, leaving Kujo all alone in an empty house. The same house, that used to be a happy and safe home, turned into a scary and lonely place for good old Kujo.

His owner is devastated that her new landlord won't allow Kujo. She tried everything to find him a home to prevent Kujo from going to a shelter. As all her pleas went unanswered, her only option was to leave Kujo behind in the house and have the neighbors taking care of him as best they can. To make a bad situation even worse:  Kujo cannot stay much longer in that empty house, because the house is for sale and the realtor "wants the dog out.....now!"

Friends, I can not even imagine the confusion and the heartache this sweet boy is going through.  Losing everyone and everything so dear to him in such short amount of time.  How can he possibly understand why everybody he loved so much, just left him behind?

So I am begging all of you, can anyone PLEASE be Kujo's Christmas miracle, and give this heartbroken boy the safe and loving home he misses so very much.

If you can be his angel, please contact ASAP:
Stephanie at phone number: (941) 920-6172,  
Or Marjolein at phone number: (941) 750-0445.  (Feel free to leave a message) 

CROSS POSTING WORKS!!    


Thanks,

Marjolein