My name is Renzor. I am a very nice 7 year old, blonde cocker boy, but for whatever reasons, I have sadly been overlooked as I have been here at the rescue for awhile. I had a home and they badly abused me and then I got rescued, but they tossed me away again. Then a rescue found me a home, but the lady missed her other dog so much, she hugged me all the time and I didn't like that. I bit her because she kept doing it, even though the trainer told her to stop it. This time, I have been in rescue for 2 years and I really miss having a home of my own and someone to love me. Unfortunately, I now have developed some medical issues and they learned that I have anemia & autoimmune disease . My vet costs/visits are expensive for CCR because I need to be checked often, so if you can, please donate to help with my care.
I do well with the cockers in my foster home and big dogs too, but out in the public, I don't always like big dogs. And, I do not like to be smothered with love. Because I am now having these medical issues, I guess my odds of being adopted out are slim to none and I will be a lifetimer here at CCR for however long I have to live. I really wanted a home again and someone to love me, but once again, my world has been turned upside down and I am very sad. If you can find it in your heart to donate to help with my care . . . . .I would really appreciate your kindness!
You can send in a donation to help with Renzor's care at: Charlotte Cocker Rescue, P.O. Box 1050,
Kannapolis, NC 28081. Donations are tax deductible and you will receive a receipt.
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