Latte - A Dog Who Discovered
the Housing Crisis Doesn't Just Affect People
Susan Daffron talks to Sherwin Daryani from Operation Kindness in Texas about a dog named Latte. Operation Kindness was founded in 1976 and is the oldest and largest no-kill shelter in North Texas. Latte came to Operation Kindness after his owners abandoned him. He was left alone when the house he was living in was foreclosed upon. A kindly soul found him and took him to the shelter. Latte is a medium sized Labrador retriever mix with a brindle coat who weighs in at about 40 pounds. As you can see in the photo he has big brown eyes and a happy smile.
His prior home was in a rural area and he seems to get along with pretty much anybody. He loves hanging out with other dogs and would make a great companion for a family that already has a dog. This easygoing guy loves meeting new people and greets them with enthusiastic "kisses." Because he doesn't have striking markings or a flashy coat color, Latte has been somewhat overlooked at the shelter. But as soon as people take him out of his kennel, they find out what a wonderful loving personality he has, even after being abandoned. He will make a wonderful family pet for someone who takes the time to see what a nice dog he really is.
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