Originally Posted by Stevenzachsmom
What a great job you have done with him. Excellent pictures and videos too. Hopefully, he will get adopted quickly. He has a lot of potential.
Thank you Jan. Unfortunately there are many students that interact with him at school so there's no way for training to remain consistent except with me. One student tried to adopt him but lied on the application and mentioned to me that he would be living outside. With his medical issues and behavior, he will get worse being a yard ornament. He needs to live indoors and be worked with. I got special permission to network him so I'm crossing fingers and paws that he catches the eye and heart of someone capable that can give him a good life instead of ending up in a black trash bag. There are many people sharing the note but no interest yet.