You can see how personal it is at Schreiner. She created a GoFundMe page on behalf of Max. The fundraiser has a goal of $ 2,000 and over the past few days, donations have gradually approached this number.
“We can’t let him go back to ACCT, he has already gone through so much. We would be delighted to raise funds to help rescue, foster or even a future adopter! ”
The GoFundMe also cites the exasperated plea from da Costa to help rename poor Max, for good this time.
“[H] e, 11, had been adopted and returned and recently adopted again, then abandoned last night. He doesn’t deserve this.”
When Max arrived at the shelter in November, a Facebook post described him as “one of the most loving dogs you will ever meet.” He is also extremely active and playful despite his age.
“Don’t let my age fool you! I’m a pretty brave guy and I’m even a member of the running team! I love to go running or go for long walks. I also like playing with tennis balls in the court. ”
The most devastating of all given his situation, Max is also a great pleasure for the elderly.
“I am extremely eager to please and I want to do everything I can to make my human happy. I also love to rub the belly and hugs of my human friends and now that it’s colder outside, you know you want a cuddly buddy! ”
If you can, consider giving a good older boy a place to live his life happily. To quote da Costa:
“This sweet guy deserves a comfortable place to sleep, forever. No more grief, Max. ”