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***ACTION ALERT!!! LINDA (ID#A1023595) is on TONIGHT'S euthanasia list at BROOKLYN Animal Care and Control and will be put down after NOON TOMORROW if not adopted*** Sweet little brown bear cub Linda is still a pup. She's only a year and a half, tiny,

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***ACTION ALERT!!! LINDA (ID#A1023595) is on TONIGHT'S euthanasia list at BROOKLYN Animal Care and Control and will be put down after NOON TOMORROW if not adopted*** Sweet little brown bear cub Linda is still a pup. She's only a year and a half, tiny, quiet, sweet and SO affectionate. She's housetrained, seems to like other dogs, greeting them nicely when they come to the fence to meet her. Linda desperately wants a home where she can settle in and come out of her shell. Linda would love nothing more than to cuddle up in her persons lap and get some well deserved butt scratches and love!. She's also a volunteer favorite, here's what the told us "Linda wanted nothing more than to be close to me. Though other dogs greeted her through the fence and she was polite, it seemed she would much rather sit on my lap or stand pressed against my legs while I petted her. While her tail was tucked most of the time, it did seem Linda loosened up as time went on outside, and certainly was able to trust me-her handler" Linda is a young girl that will blossom with some confidence building and lots of love. Lets share like crazy and get this little bear cub the home she deserves NOW. TO ADOPT, please go to: http://www.nycacc.org/publicatrisk.htm. You will need to “reserve” this dog, which you should ONLY do if you are SERIOUSLY PLANNING TO ADOPT (you must get to the shelter within 48 hours). The link above will take you to a landing page. Scroll to the bottom and click the “Log-in to At-Risk Online” button. This will connect you to a contact information form. Complete the form and click “Submit”. You will then be shown the “At Risk” list. Find the dog you would like to adopt and click the “You can click here to reserve me” button. Once you have clicked the button you will be asked to provide a $50 non-refundable deposit that will reserve the dog and that will be deducted from the adoption fee. If the dog you are adopting is too sick to undergo spay/neuter surgery, you will be asked for an additional $150 deposit that will be refunded to you once proof of spay/neuter has been provided by your veterinarian. If you’d like additional adoption instructions, please click here to view our note: https://www.facebook.com/notes/professor-pit-bull/adoption-instructions-and-faqs/352062181585225. If you would like to foster this dog, or would like to adopt but cannot make it to the shelter directly, please contact New Hope registered rescue groups for assistance. NEW HOPE RESCUE LIST: https://www.facebook.com/notes/professor-pit-bull/rescue-group-list-includes-contact-information/252474794877298. Fill out applications with as many rescue groups as you can until you (hopefully) find one that will approve the placement and "pull" this dog for you. Located at Manhattan Animal Care & Control in NYC (326 E 110th Street, New York, NY 10029) or Brooklyn Animal Care & Control in NYC 2336 Linden Boulevard Brooklyn, NY 11208 (between Essex St. and Shepherd Ave.) Please see the ACTION ALERT line at the top of this post for the dog’s exact shelter location. Shelter website: http://www.nycacc.org/ Dogs adopted through the Professor Pit Bull page are eligible to apply for a “mini-scholarship” to assist with payment on a wellness visit or training session. For full details, visit this link:https://www.facebook.com/notes/professor-pit-bull/announcing-an-exciting-partnership-with-the-deja-foundation/261074100684034 STATUS: AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION from the Brooklyn Animal Care & Control in NYC (Questions? See our Quick Adoption Guide:https://www.facebook.com/notes/professor-pit-bull/adoption-instructions-and-faqs/352062181585225) Meet LINDA! ID# A1023595 Female 1 year 6 months Old 44 Lbs Entered the shelter as a stray Videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vmUWD49taAg A volunteer writes: “I’ve never met a dog named Linda that I didn’t like.” This sentiment certainly applies to this Linda. On our first meeting, I absolutely fell in love with her. There is ...