Meet Cory, a young (1-3 year old), male, German Shepherd Mix, whose currently code red, and thus on the list to be euthanized, at the high kill SEAACA shelter, in Downey, California. There is a sign on his kennel door which states that he must be kenneled alone. This means that the shelter has seen signs of dog aggression, so he will need to be in a home without other animals, at least until we learn more about him. However, he is very sweet with people and loves to give kisses. There is a rescue who is willing to save Cory's life but they cannot save him without a foster (temporary home) or permanent home for him to go to once he is saved. Fostering is free as the rescue provides all of the necessities while the dog is in foster care including vetting, grooming, and food. If you or someone you know is interested in fostering and or adopting this sweet boy, please call the SEAACA animal shelter or send a message to the email listed below. Thank you!