This is the response i received from the rescue that i sent the e-mail i posted yesterday; “Good morning,
You would take him to The Washington Humane Society on New York Ave. They will take care of having him neutered and placed up for adoption. The cost would be on the shelter and not you. Since you can’t afford to care for him, this will be the best option for everyone involved.
Thank you for caring for him thus far, and I hope this information helps.”
Am i wrong to be underwhelmed with this answer?
“Especially since two dudes just dropped me and my mom off one day and you didn’t send me to New York avenue…”
i mean, i’m not asking them to take the dog, i’m asking for a low cost spay and neuter appointment…. out of curiosity i asked if they were a no kill shelter.
Now i have volunteered in the past so i really appreciated this blog post http://blog.warl.org/ however, i have a dog i do not want to die, but cannot keep because i did the right thing and adopted my dog, whom i care for to the best of my ability, and will do so until the end of his days, but he is expensive and not dog friendly. I also rent so i can not have 2 dogs. I am trying to find Oso a new home, or a shelter that will take him, because his original owners did the wrong thing. so how do i find about his odds of life in these two shelters? I ask simply “is your shelter ‘no-kill’?” Am i wrong to ask this?