Romeo is definitely a lover, not a fighter. And now, after nearly two months of care, he’s ready to prove it as adoption looms large in his future.
Romeo interacts with Betty Clayton, executive director of the Humane Society of Northwest Indiana, who helped set up Romeo's Rescue, a Facebook-based fund to cover the abused dog's veterinary expenses, which has received donations from all over the world.
Earlier this month a family came into the South Suburban Humane Society crying. Their economic situation had forced them to move from their home into an apartment. They were at the shelter to give up their 7-year-old dog. They had no choice.
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