And his action has paid off.
When Scott Poore learns that a dog named Queen is locked to the greatplainsspca for over 400 days without anyone deigned to adopt it, he decided to help.
And to do this, he found an unconventional way: moving in with Queen in his cell , at the shelter. A radical decision which is also explained by the fact that before ending up at the shelter, the poor dog wandered the streets of Kansas City , Missouri. From the age of 3, the animal had never known the warmth of a loving home.
“We do not know much about it” apart “she was found living in a dumpster in garbage in a very bad part of town,” explains The Dodo Scott Poore, founder of Mission Driven , a mark clothing that aims to help shelters.
Everyone hoped that Queen would find a house quickly, but unfortunately things did not go that way. That’s why Scott Poore decided to give him a boost.
“I thought to myself: I have to do something really outrageous to draw attention to Queen. It was then that I had the idea of moving into a shelter, which I didn’t never done before. I started the idea at the animal shelter. They said, “This is crazy, but it could work.”
Thus last Tuesday, the man, provided with a suitcase and some belongings landed in the kennel. “I have a small desk and a small chair” and “we have found … the largest bed you can have for a dog, but it is certainly not big enough for a human”.