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Malibu Adoptions Can Save These Lives

Consider opening your home to Trinket and Josh.

Trinket

Is she a stuffed toy? Or is she a real, living,breathing, tail-wagging pooch?  Well, if you pass Trinket's kennel quickly, you might very well think the former is the case. 

Trinket is so adorable with an expression of surprise always present on her face. She's got coal black eyes and a nose to match, plus ears that stick straight up.  While her physical presence may seem like that of a toy, Trinket's got loads of personality as well. She's a verifiably divine canine with the sweetest nature imaginable. 

Sadly, Trinket met up with some misfortune a couple of weeks back. Probably in the form of a car. She came in with her leg dangling and the x-ray showed a severely displaced femur which translates to surgery. Such a calamity for a 10-month old, 18 pound puppy.

Trinket is a favorite of medical staff who appreciate her joyful nature, despite what she has been through. Hopefully, this chapter in the life of our girl will end soon and she will be healed, healthy and happy for years to come. If you are interested in Trinket, please let me know. Her ID Adoption number is A1372256. 

Josh

Take one look at this handsome boy and you will fall instantly under his spell.  Josh is absolutely noble in appearance with his flowing golden coat and soulful brown eyes. The black button nose adds a splash of humor to that gorgeous face. 

This 1-year old, 47-pound hunk was not exactly pleased when he found himself in the shelter. Alone without another dog pal, away from whoever his people were, he was fearful. 

Yet, as with so many dogs that are impounded, he quickly shed any negative behavior once he was out of the kennel and on a leash. You should see him walk, head held high, with an even gait, calm and stately. Better than his elegant manner is his tender nature. 

Josh bonds quickly and, at our mobile adoption event this past weekend in Studio City, was devoted to his handler. He enjoyed the attentions of others as well, letting them stroke his fur and rub his tummy.

Josh was transferred from the South L.A. shelter to the Best Friends facility in Mission Hills. His ID Adoption number at the city shelter was A1372804. If you are interested in meeting him, you can contact Best Friends with that information or let me know and I will get you his new name and number.

For more info please contact volunteer Andrea at IveGoneToTheDogs@gmail.com or by phone at (323) 363-4909. She's happy to meet you at the shelter, which is located at 3612 11th Ave. in Los Angeles. 

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