Impounded death row dogs seek comfort from one another


Impounded dogs, one who is currently on death row, are seeking comfort from one another inside of a busy California animal control agency. Major, an extra-large Husky, and his buddy Emerson, are at the SEAACA facility in Downey and they are at risk of losing their life.

On Sunday, a social media networking page share the duo’s plight:

Major & Emerson didn’t come in together, but they have found true friendship & comfort in one another. Both are critically urgent, and gorgeous husky,

Adding:

Major, is on the official euthanasia list. He is between 1-5 yrs, and has no medical or behavior notes cited, he’s just a 101 lb teddy who’s about to be robbed of the ultimate gift… his life.

These dogs do not have the gift of time. Please do your part to help them escape death by sharing their adoption information.

Website profile for Major here.

Website profile for Emerson here.

Dog dubbed “Major,” is ID# 20-08660
#20-08660 is a red/white, male adult dog, that weighs approximately 101 lbs. He was impounded on 10/15/2019 from the City of Pico Rivera. Availability:
Available for adoption holds on 10/15/2019. Adoption holds must be placed in person. Adoption availability date 10/19/2019.

Please visit SEAACA and ask for identification number 20-08660 to see me.

Dog dubbed “Emerson,” is ID#20-09256, a brown/white, male adult dog, that weighs approximately 78 lbs. He was impounded on 10/24/2019 from the City of Paramount. Availability:
Available for adoption holds on 10/24/2019. Adoption holds must be placed in person. Adoption availability date 10/29/2019.

Please visit SEAACA and ask for identification number 20-09256 to see me.

Note: Please contact the animal control agency directly for all inquiries about these dogs. The Pet Rescue Report is not the point of contact.




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