Friday, 1 February 2013

Dogs 'Gay' narrowly Owner Killed

Tennessee - A male dog narrowly killed after owner removes the dog because the dog thought it was 'gay'.

But it was fortunate when was rescued at the last moment by animal lovers, Stephanie Fryns, who is also a veterinary technical staff.

Fryns give Elton the dog's name.

Elton disposed of at an overcrowded animal care with other dogs in America, and scheduled to be executed today.

But it saved a few hours after the campaign through Facebook to save dogs that have been circulating on the internet.

The campaign was done by the owner of the dog shelters, who felt sorry for the animals.

"The owner of this dog is throwing this dog thought it was gay. Do not let this dog die.

"It will be killed tomorrow because this place was packed and there was no room for him," wrote the center owner in facebook.

The campaign then received attention from animal lovers and especially certain groups trying to help the animal.

According to the owner of the center, he received 10 million calls this morning wanting to preserve the animal.

In the meantime, experts advise when a dog shows interest in another male dog, it is because they want to be dominant.

It is not futile gay dog.

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