Only Leonardo knows what he’s been through. And the 108-pound mastiff isn’t talking. He’s now up for adoption in Walnut Creek after having been locked in a bathroom for weeks with only a kitten and a Chihuahua for company.
In the other rooms of the vacant Central Valley house, there were two crates full of other Chihuahuas. None of them survived.
But Leonardo and his kitten and Chihuahua companions made it, likely drinking toilet water until being rescued by Kings County animal control officers. They had no food.
Their owners had moved to Las Vegas. Eventually, at the end of September, neighbors called animal control after seeing the driveway sit empty.
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Mastiff up for adoption after abandonment (Lamorinda Sun)