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Old dog abandoned by his family was found depressed on the street begging for food

Ray, an 8-year-old Labrador Retriever, was found wandering alone in the streets of Torrance, California, after being dumped by his family. His eyes were sad and crusty. Hunger had rendered his body skeletal-thin, and his coat-fur was missing in places.

It is devastating for a dog to be abandoned by his family. Family members may refuse to care for a sick or old dog, but they don’t realize how much pain it will cause the dog once it abandons it.

After being abandoned by his family, the 8-year-old Labrador Retriever Ray was found wandering alone on the streets of Torrance, California. His eyes were sad and crusty. Hunger had rendered his body skeletal-thin, and his coat-fur was missing in places.

Ray was rescued by workers at the Carson Asylum in California. The shelter volunteers helped Ray gain back a number of his health, but he remained depressed. Soon, he was put up for adoption. It seems that the preference for advanced dogs is very low.

Update: Ray has been adopted! Ray’s love for humans hasn’t changed one bit. He still responded enthusiastically to everyone.amorously. Seeing him so sad and dejected in the video just broke our hearts. We hope Ray nurses back his spirits fast and continues to </sp

Ray, an 8-year-old Labrador Retriever, was found wandering alone in the streets of Torrance, California, after being dumped by his family. His eyes were sad and crusty. Hunger had rendered his body skeletal-thin, and his coat-fur was missing in places.

It is devastating for a dog to be abandoned by his family. Family members may refuse to care for a sick or old dog, but they don’t realize how much pain it will cause the dog once it abandons it.

After being abandoned by his family, the 8-year-old Labrador Retriever Ray was found wandering alone on the streets of Torrance, California. His eyes were sad and crusty. Hunger had rendered his body skeletal-thin, and his coat-fur was missing in places.

Ray was rescued by workers at the Carson Asylum in California. The shelter volunteers helped Ray gain back a number of his health, but he remained depressed. Soon, he was put up for adoption. It seems that the preference for advanced dogs is very low.

Update: Ray has been adopted! Ray’s love for humans hasn’t changed one bit. He still responded enthusiastically to everyone.amorously. Seeing him so sad and dejected in the video just broke our hearts. We hope Ray nurses back his spirits fast and continues to be showered amorously and care.

Click the video below to observe Ray’s heartbreaking rescue

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