Dog abandoned in animal shelter in the United States because he is “gay”

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Fezco bumped another male dog. (Screenshot: @hollywoodunlocked)

An animal shelter in Stanly County, North Carolina posted a message on Facebook saying that Fezco had been abandoned by his parents after he was found working with another male dog.

A pet dog has been abandoned at an animal shelter in the United States because his owners said he was gay. According to a WCCB report, a Stanly County animal shelter in North Carolina posted a message on Facebook saying that Fezco had been abandoned by his parents after he was found working with another male dog. However, experts say dogs exhibit such behavior when they want to assert dominance. The shelter asked local animal organizations to step in and encourage Fezco until he finds a forever home. News of the abandonment went viral as animal lovers rallied for 5-year-old Fezco. The WCCB report says that if anyone is working with a rescue that might fit Fezco into their program, please call the Stanly County Animal Shelter at (704) 986-3881.

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Facebook users expressed their anger against the owners of Fezco.

“What the heck? Dogs fuck other dogs because of dominance. What’s wrong with these people. It makes me so outraged. And it’s near my hometown. People put me off. so angry. The people who gave away this sweet dog never deserve to have a pet again!”

“I’m in the mood and it just makes me want to punch someone! If these people are friends with me on FB, please remove me from my friends list. I can’t with that kind of stupidity.”

Another abandoned dog, a Shiba Inu, made headlines last year after being sold for Rs18,52,571 via an online auction on taobao.com. Deng Deng was left in a pet training center seven years ago and no one ever came to pick him up. Seeing the dog’s fate thanks to its online popularity, a local court in Beijing ordered Deng Deng to be auctioned off.

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