Death of beloved stray dog ​​Tyler inspires donations to no-kill shelter

TYLER, Texas (KLTV) – An East Texas stray dog ​​named Brownie had no owner; the community took care of him.

Brownie took up residence at Holly Tree in Tyler and was cared for by the Tylerites until he was 23 years old.

Brownie was considered a traveling dog who preferred not to be touched. The community near Holly Tree provided a doghouse, food, and care for Brownie until his death.

“Brownie supporters were looking for a way to really commemorate him and so they came up with the idea of ​​donating to Pets Fur People in the hope that we could build another kennel and be able to care for the dogs and cats here. our care,” says Gayle Helms, executive director of Pets Fur People.

He recently passed away. Now a follower of Pets Fur People, a local animal welfare organization, has suggested people make donations in memory of the brownies, in hopes of raising enough money to open another kennel.

Pets Fur People is currently at maximum capacity. With enough donations, the animal shelter will be able to add more kennels, allowing it to house more animals. Visit their website to donate: CLICK HERE.

Pets Fur People welcomes animals of all kinds(Sariah Bonds)

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