(near) SAVANNAH, GA: A couple of months ago Gator and Midnight were forced to part ways with their owner whose health was in decline. The boys ended up at the shelter and the abrupt change terrified them. They have since come out of their shell more, and have spent some time decompressing in a foster home, but it's already been three months that Gator and Midnight have been looking for love again...with no luck. What they need is a home. They will absolutely thrive with consistency, care, & a whole lotta' love. PLEASE SHARE!! 🐊🌚 Sweet Onion Animal Protection Society (SOAPS) wrote, "Gator and Midnight were owner surrenders at ages 12 and 14. Their owner had health issues and was unable to care for them anymore. And, sadly, no other family members stepped up.
When they first arrived at the shelter, they both were terrified. And tried to bite. But as you can see in the pictures, they have come around! At the shelter they are around women all the time, but we did have a male to come interact with them and they did great. Gator is not as social as Midnight is, but he likes barking for attention, running around and playing etc.
Midnight is 22 lbs and Gator is 23 lbs. They would be fine with cats (they ignore them). They were dog-tested with a large, passive female and they did great. Everyone minded their own space, etc. They also did well with a puppy and another small male dog.
SOAPS is a very rural shelter. The city employs only one person to stay at the shelter, pick up dogs, feed, and clean, etc. (There are limited resources.) As far as transport, as long as it’s safe then we are OK with it." To adopt Gator and Midnight, please email Casidy at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to submit your application.
Sweet Onion Animal Protection Society shelter is located at 52 JA Yawn Road, #Hazlehurst, GA. ❤️ #seniordog #bonded #adopt #georgia #adoptdontshop