Terrified 4-year Old Boy Surrendered and Tossed Away By Her Family into a Kill Shelter

Bishop was safered then and earned himself a stellar Average Rating and the shelter staff and volunteers were co-signing his good behavior and sweet, infectious way. Now Bishop's back at the shelter due to some alleged conflict in his former (new) home. Our boy just can't seem to find his way since his original owner left him and Queenie behind. In that home, Bishop and Queenie lived in harmony with each other, the adults, children AND THE CAT!!!



Right now, it's our duty to find Bishop a great home with a stable and loving environment and help him find his way back to that coveted behavior status. Don't procrastinate. Bishop's out of time.

A volunteer writes: "Bishop, the gentle giant! This sweet boy first came to us in July 2016 when his former owner was experiencing personal problems, and is now back with us again. Although his size might make you think he would pull on the leash, he is quite easy to walk, and basically a big mush. Bishop is not only strikingly handsome (the big strong type with kind eyes), but unsurpassed in the sweetness department. He was born in his former home, but has faced the recent departure from it with such bravery! He is very waggy and attentive, and after a minute or two of warming up, he completely melts. Bishop loves belly rubs, gives gentle kisses and is very quietly affectionate. He hasn’t shown any guarding issues, has a medium activity level, liked to be in the same room as his people, and is friendly when having a bath. He has been very easy to handle when I’ve walked him, seems housebroken, and loves scratches behind the ear. I have a feeling Bishop is going to make someone VERY happy…maybe you! Please come see him at Brooklyn ACC."

BISHOP - A1081071
Shelter contact information:
Phone number (212) 788-4000
Email adoption@nycacc.org

NYC ACC SHELTER ADDRESSES:
Brooklyn Shelter: 2336 Linden Boulevard Brooklyn, NY 11208
Manhattan Shelter: 326 East 110 St. New York, NY 10029
Staten Island Shelter: 3139 Veterans Road West Staten Island, NY 10309
Operating hours: Adoption starts at noon till 8 pm

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