Taiwan Animal SOS wrote:Just right click the photo on your FB page and past the image location here as an image link.
Not sure why you want to kill the dog. Most recover from skin disease by themselves. Regardless, if the dog wanted to die, he would simply stop eating (though not eating doesn't necessarily mean he wants to die).
Well, I'd love to help him, except that so far this year I've a.) sent a dog to America who I fostered for a year because I found her on the street with two broken legs b.) taken care of a puppy for a month c.) found a dog with the bones in his paw exposed, got the leg amputated (had to happen) and now have him in my house b.) am helping a friend take care of a tiny puppy who kept me up all night last night.
Let's not even talk about last year.
I live on a second floor apartment with a tiny balcony, already have 2 dogs and a cat, and I'm exhausted. I've made a commitment to myself to chill on the animal rescue cause though I can't stand the cruelty I see every day, what I'm doing (which is kind of f'ing up my life) is barely making a dent.
Nope- "those people" just had a mother and four pups dropped off on her property in the middle of the night (if anybody sees a guy in a blue truck who looks like he foists dogs onto kind-hearted strangers, please give him the finger for me), which makes a total of 12 dogs on her property that one person is taking care of alone.
I haven't seen her since 2010. She tried. It's a big job.
Again, please don't kill the dog. There is always a way if you just try.
It's better than the alternatives--- which as far as I can see are 1.) me giving up any semblance of a life and 2.) him suffering and slowly dying on the streets alone.
Unless 3.) SOMEBODY HELPS!!!!
Sorry for the ranting post. I'm frustrated, tired and have been doing this for waaaaay too long.