Catahoula Rescue of New England in Warren is trying to avoid an irreversible decision.

 

Catahoula Rescue of New England is an all-volunteer group that works to find homes for Catahoula Leopard Dogs, Australian Cattle Dogs, and mixes. They want to find permanent, loving homes and educate responsible ownership. They are a national rescue organization with a chapter here in Maine. They rescue dogs from kill shelters and they find themselves in a desperate situation with Bullet. They posted a pleading message on Facebook.

******* URGENT HELP NEEDED*******
We are reaching out in the last attempt to find Bullet an emergency foster. We will be faced with an irreversible decision that no rescue should have to make. Please don’t like or sad face this post … SHARE THIS POST!! Help us save Bullet! This situation he is in is not his fault but the fault of humans!
**NO CATS***DOG FRIENDLY BUT SELECTIVE***Located in Mass**

They are willing to make transportation arrangements for the right home.

Catahoula Rescue of New England/Facebook
Catahoula Rescue of New England/Facebook
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Here's more about Bullet that was posted:

Bullet is a Catahoula Leopard Dog that is 2.5 years old and 50 pounds. He is up to date on all his vaccinations, microchipped, and neutered. He's okay with some other dogs in the house, but not cats. He is fearful of losing your love, so if there is another dog it would require more patience, love, and understanding.  He is crate trained and best with kids over 12. He loves attention and still acts like a puppy and loves to cuddle in laps. He loves playing with toys and will destroy the soft ones pretty quickly, but will enjoy what's left. He also loves the tougher rubber ones, especially if there is peanut butter in them!

Catahoula Rescue of New England/Facebook
Catahoula Rescue of New England/Facebook
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He loves running around outside! He may be a puppy at heart and destroyed many toys, he has never destroyed anything that wasn't given to him as a toy.

Bullet comes from a kill shelter. If a home cannot be found, that is his very unfortunate fate...through no fault of his own. Please, please share this post!

If you are interested you can download an application here. Thank you.

 

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