The people who were supposed to love Rayo all his life threw him away like a lot of garbage
Here is another example of how petty some people can be at times. There are a thousand ways to let a dog go when you no longer intend to care for them, yet, former owners of Ray, the protagonist of this story, have however decided to get rid of it by cruelly abandoning it in front of the gate of a refuge.
L’abandonment of pets it is one of the most devastating plagues of our society. The data is in continuous increase and they show no sign of diminishing, despite the constant appeals of shelters and lovers of dogs and animals in general.
They urge people who no longer want a pet in the house to let it go into the safer way possible. The world is full of shelters ready to welcome puppies, so it would be enough to contact someone and do things right.
Leaving them to themselves on the street involves gods very serious risks for four-legged friends. Apart from the fame and the seven, they risk being hit by a car or being injured in fighting with other strays.
Fortunately, the energies of those who strive daily for save lives of these splendid and unfortunate creatures of the earth, they never run out. Just like in this episode that happened a while ago a Malaga, in Spain.
Those people who should have loved and supported him for life have instead decided to abandon poor Rayo on the street. With the only reason that they didn’t want to worry about him anymore.
No calls to the shelter. They simply took care of parking the car, getting it out, getting back in and leaving.
The staff of the Malaga refuge, of course, has let the little dog in, nurtured and cared for him as best no one could have done.
Now him lives in the facility, where he made friends with all the other dogs and where he fills with cuddles all the people who pass on his path. However, the pain in his eyes for the cruelty he received from the people he loved still does not go away.
Has absolute need a loving family that you adopt it and that you love it just as it deserves. It only has 10 months and it’s really sweet, so the volunteers are sure he’ll find one soon.