CUBA – 34135
Safe - 8-31-2018 Manhattan
CUBA – 34135
Intake Date: 7/11/18, Intake Type: Owner Surrender
Medical Behavior: –, Sex: Male Age: 11 years
Weight: 63 lbs
No medical information
A Little Bit About Me…
A volunteer writes: Cuba was born and raised with his mother as a typical family dog, saw many kids growing up, shared his humans’ ups and downs, gave them his best and received in return outstanding care and love. He looks like a million. I never would have thought he was a senior. A perfect strawberry blond coat, no callouses, clear eyes. When I met Cuba, he was still unsure of these new surroundings. But after a walk to the park, he sat by me with questioning eyes, a gentle smile, and even kissed my face so softly and tenderly. “What’s going on?” did he seem to say. “When am I going home?” I petted him, answered: soon. And very slowly, we returned to the care center. Cuba is a handsome gentleman, very proper, friendly, affectionate and very dear, we so dream to find a home for that will treat him with the same care, love and dignity he received from his former family. Cuba is waiting for you at the Manhattan Care Center.
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