'The end of the goddamn family dog' - Page 3

Foreclosure and eviction crisis leaves lots of pets homeless

"I know there is a crowd of people, that 30 to 60 tattooed, pierced, old rock 'n'rollers, new Buddhists, lifelong punks who are older and maybe have kids now." For now he's taking as many dogs as he has pens for and is working 14-hour days to help save the discarded critters of the economic crisis.

"It's the end of the goddamn family dog," Slugocki lamented. "Nobody who has a dog and has lost a home will ever think about having a dog again."

To contact Greg Slugocki, call (707) 459-0930 or email milo.sanctuary@yahoo.com.

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