We want to send our condolences to P.O Rodriguez as K9 Cezar took his final walk today. Thank your for your service to the city of New York and for your prior military service before joining the NYPD Transit bureau. ⚫️⚫️🔵🔵🔵⚫️⚫️
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K-9's last walk before being put down - A procession of transit bureau K9 officers salute officer Juan Rodriguez and his dog, Cesar, whose incredible life of service came to an end today at the Animal Medical Center in Manhattan.
Before joining the police force, Cesar was a military dog, deployed overseas 3 times and even saving a squad of Navy SEALs by detecting
two bombs. He was adopted by Rodriguez and the NYPD 5 years ago.
In a heartwarming ceremony, he was sent off today.
An update has just been shared with us via email.
AFTER MANY FAILED ATTEMPTS BY THE OWNER TO GET HIS PARTNER BACK, TODAY A LAWSUIT HAS BEEN FILED FOR THE RETURN OF K9 ENDY!!!!! Both organizations American Belgian Malinois Rescue (ABMR) and Kingsville Animal Advocates (KAA) and the people directly involved in taking and HIDING Endy including Marcia Tokson, Roxanne Sandt, Katherine Villareal, the City of Kingsville TX and another individual are all defendants.
TRO to return Endy. Alleging Theft, Conversion AND Defamation
Special damages including punitive damages requested as well as attorney's fees and costs.
Again thank you to everyone that has come forward to try to help in one way or another, we will not stop fighting until Endy is back home, where he belongs! #BringEndyBackHome
Tomorrow will be a month since Kingsville Animal Advocates (KAA) took Endy from the animal control shelter to release him to American Belgian Malinois Rescue (ABMR). This family has been searching and fighting to get their family member and partner back for over a month.
Kingsville Municipal Ordinance Section 9-3-53 and 9-3-54 require Endy to be held for 3 business days, with the first day being the day after he’s brought into the shelter, before he can be adopted out.
Endy was brought into the shelter on January 2nd.
Day 1 - January 3, 2019
Day 2 - January 4, 2019
January 5 & 6 - WEEKEND
DAY 3 - JANUARY 7, 2019
MAKING ENDY AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION ON JANUARY 8TH, 2019.
The paperwork from animal control had the wrong intake date and breed BUT it had the correct date he was going to be available for adoption or euthanasia.
We have medical records proving Endy was seen by the vet on 1/5/2019. The client listed on the paperwork is Kingsville Animal Advocates. Animal control is closed on weekends which makes it impossible for Endy to have been taken out on that day and leaves us wondering when was Endy actually released from the shelter?
Kingsville Animal Advocates didn’t save Endy from euthanasia as they claimed, KAA took him away and released him to ABMR before Brian could find him.
Brian’s lawyers are handling the legal paperwork to get Endy back but we are asking you to please help us continue to bring awareness to this issue and reach out the organizations involved and authorities that can help speed up the process of getting him back.
He’s been illegally kept away from his family for too long!
The petition we started has over 83k signatures. It really means a lot to the family to see how many of you are supporting them and trying to make a change so this doesn’t happen again.
Accidents happen, dogs run away…we should be able to trust the laws and system in place to help us reunite with our pets/family members - not break us apart! Thank you! #BringEndyBackHome
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