After being abandoned by his previous owners, Negão found himself in the care of compassionate humans who own a gas station in Brazil.
A gorgeous dog named Negão couldn’t be happier, as he now has a furrever home at after being abandoned near a Petrol station in Brazil two years ago. Reportedly, the pooch was left by his previous owners but was quickly spotted by Sabrina Plannerer and her partner, both of whom purchased a Shell gas station under construction.
Residents of Mogi das Cruzes, they couldn’t leave the wandering dog to forage on his own. So, they adopted him! Plannerer told The Dodo:
“We adopted him immediately and got him all the care animals need. We bought him food, a dog house, and a leash to take him on walks.”
Their compassion didn’t end there. They even made Negão an ‘employee’ of the Shell gas station – ID tag and all! Apparently, the dog is a natural when it comes to offering top-notch customer service.
“Negão waits for people to arrive, and then goes up to say hello, winning them over with his charms,” Plannerer says. “Customers love him. Some people even bring him toys.”
Negão likes to go on long walks and is always looked after by someone, as the gas station is open 24/7. He’s even become a post-pup of sorts for a local initiative started by the charity Grupo FERA. It aims to pair needy, stray dogs with businesses in the event they cannot find a stable family to live with. Plannerer hopes this positive example inspires other establishments to adopt.
Negão was abandoned by his family four years ago.
Fortunately, he was rescued by Sabrina Plannerer and her partner!
Because Plannerer owns a Shell Petrol station, they made Negão an ‘employee’…
…ID tag and all!
“Negão waits for people to arrive, and then goes up to say hello, winning them over with his charms.”
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