In a foster home
Housebroken and crate trained
Good with kids
Good with dogs and cats
Sampson was just days away from euthanization when we got a plea from the animal control officer who had picked him up back in February. He was covered with mange and seriously underweight. The shelter staff and vet clinic put all their efforts in getting him well so when they were informed that his stay at the shelter was about to come to an end, they were devastated. They reached out to us and we went to meet him.
We were greeted with a big, happy boy who clearly had the hearts of everyone who had come to know him. He is a gentle soul and a quick learner, lover of his foster sisters and the resident cats and shamelessly cuddly.