One day I found myself at a shelter that didn't have a no-kill policy. I spent a few months there always getting passed up for some reason even though I was super friendly and a happy fellow. The time came when the shelter got full and my time was up, the ones there the longest were going through that door in the back where nobody ever came back from. A nice rescue decided to give me a chance to find a home where people would love me, play with me and hand out treats for being the Good Boy I am. I was saved and when I got to go out the front door all the shelter workers came out to wish me luck! Now I am waiting very patiently for that Forever Home they told me about. I am house and crate trained and have learned that when someone says Sit I usually get that treat. They named me Loki and said that if someone would adopt me there is a special reduced fee because someone sponsored part of the fee to help me get a home. All I ever wanted was a place to call my own with a warm bed, toys and a fenced yard to run around in. Hey a buddy would be nice since I get along well with others! If I sound like the kind of best friend you are looking for fill out an application and take me home with you. I know you will be happy with me as much as I will be happy with you!
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