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Senior Dog Abandoned By His Family Was Found Depressed On Street & Begging For Food

 Ray, an 8-year-old Labrador Retriever, was found wandering alone in the streets of Torrance, California, after being dumped by his family. His eyes were sad and crusty. Hunger had rendered his body skeletal-thin, and his coat-fur was missing in places.

It is devastating for a dog to be abandoned by his family. Families might refuse to require care of sick or elderly dogs, but they are doing not realize the quantity of misery it brings to the dog once they abandon him.





Ray, an 8-year-old Labrador retriever , was found wandering alone within the streets of Torrance, California, after being dumped by his family.


His eyes were sad and crusty. Hunger had rendered his body skeletal-thin, and his coat-fur was missing in places.



Ray was rescued by the workers at Carson Shelter in California. The shelter volunteers helped Ray gain back a number of his health, but he remained depressed.


Soon, he was put up for adoption. It seemed that the preference for senior dogs was quite low.





Update: Ray has been adopted! Ray’s love for humans hasn’t changed one bit. He still responds to each human amorously . Seeing him so sad and dejected within the video just broke our hearts. We hope Ray nurses back his spirits fast and continues to be showered amorously and care.


Click the video below to observe Ray’s heartbreaking rescue


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  1. we adopted a 14 year old sheltie. She must have been beaten when she barked, so when we got her, she would bark under her breath. We were at a dog park and she was just wandering around. I barked at her several times. On the second bark, she started barking and chasing around the other dog who was fetching a ball. She must have barked continuously for 30 minutes chasing the dog.
    After that, she barked around the house all the time, which was just fine.

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    1. Taught mine to whisper. But NEVER beat him. Hotdogs work just fine for a teaching aide.

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  2. My heart goes out to that poor Lab. He's so young for 8 for his family to abandon him. I have a black lab who will be 14 this December. He sometimes have trouble getting up at times but does, but as long as his appetite and going to potty are still strong he's at home. When the time comes then we will do the right thing with dignity.

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  3. What kind of person could do this to their animals is beyond me !

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