A Sweet, Chunky Moo Cow Named Spot Would Like You to Consider Adopting Him to Share Fun and Adventures With

Meet Spot. A sweet cow of a boy that is still searching for his forever home while he waits at Pima Animal Care Center in Tucson. It’s been a while now, and the staff there are all pretty stumped as to why this big meatball hasn’t been scooped up and adopted yet. Who doesn’t want a magnificent house hippo who resembles a dairy cow to share their life with? It just doesn’t make sense.

Spot has been waiting for a home for a long time now, but he’s a patient kind of guy and remains optimistic that there is a family out there for him. Here’s what some of his volunteer friends at the shelter have had to say about him:

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“Spot is such a sweet, chunky boy!! I always enjoy spending time with him, and he loves people. I suspect he’d be an easy fit in a home and a big couch potato. I’m really surprised that Spot has been with us so long — someone will be incredibly lucky to have him as part of their family!”

“Spot always looks a little sad when I walk by his kennel, but when it’s his turn to get walked, he perks right up. He is an easy dog to handle and accepts and gives love freely. He’s also an easy walker. I don’t know why this guy keeps getting passed up. Spot is a cute little potato who I’m sure would be an easy companion in a home. This sweet guy has waited way too long for his people, so I’m hoping someday soon someone will see his sad face and give him a chance. He is a gem.”

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A neutered pibble mix weighing approximately 68 pounds and thought to be about 5 years old, Spot’s been homeless since May of 2022, so you can understand why he might look sad sometimes. According to staff at PACC, Spot is a sweet, silly gentleman who will definitely keep his future family entertained! He didn’t have a secure yard in his prior home, so this time around he’s looking for a bit more security and safety in his future forever pad.

Spot would like to meet any resident dogs before heading home to make sure it’s a good fit. He might also love to be your one and only so he can hog all of your attention if you have enough to spare. Please ask about Spot today!

If you are interested in adopting Spot or you know of someone who might be, please email pacc.adopt@pima.gov with any questions. He’s in Kennel D009, and his ID# is A659486. If you can, please share his information with as many people as you know to help up the odds of Spot’s adoption!

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