Alex Castro estava em New Orleans com seu cachorro Oliver quando veio o furacão. Ele conseguiru sair, mas não deixaram levar o cachorro, que ficou na casa. Quem puder, ajude. Transcrevo aqui o pedido de ajuda dele, quem puder ajudar ou copiar de alguma forma, fará um ato humano. Estou torcendo pelo cãozinho.
Chutando o Balde
Não motivo para se preocupar com privacidade e discrição a essa altura do campeonato. Se tudo deu certo e o Oliver ainda está vivo dentro de casa, seu tempo está acabando. Preciso de toda a ajuda que puder arranjar. Foi esse blog maldito que me levou pra Nova Orleans, vejamos se ele também me ajuda a salvar meu cachorro. Façam o que quiserem com o texto abaixo. Podem reenviar, postar em fóruns, qualquer coisa. Preciso de vocês AGORA. Por favor.
* * *Subject: Poodle Starving at 8231 Spruce St - URGENT / REWARD Quick Summary:Oliver, male, grey poodle, 10 lbPictures of him: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cruzalmeida/sets/89945 Locked inside: 8231 Spruce Street (between Dante and Dublin, near S.Carrollton), Uptown, New OrleansOwner's Contact info: Alex Silva 510 644 2895 or 510 759 6290, email@example.comAlternate break-in point: backyard door, second floor.You have my permission to break in. Signed: Alexandre Silva.* * *
My name is Alex Silva, and I'm a Brazilian grad student at Tulane. I had just moved into New Orleans when Katrina struck. I knew no one, had no car, no connections, no resources, no anything, and I was forcibly evacuated along with Tulane's faculty and students.At that point in time, the extent of Katrina's damage was not yet evident, and we were told we'd be away for at most 4 days. As they did not allow pets in the evacuation buses, I was forced to leave my dear dog, Oliver, behind. This was an excruciating decision, as Oliver has always been with me since I've owned him. In fact, I brought him to New Orleans from Brazil, as he is the most important thing in my life.He's been inside my house since this past Saturday, Aug.27th, and I left him with food and water for roughly 5-7 days. He used to be a street dog, so he's pretty resourceful and knows how to save food. But he must be starving by now!He is a grey poodle and there are pictures of him here (http://www.flickr.com/photos/cruzalmeida/sets/89945). He's locked inside the second floor of my house at 8231 Spruce Street, between Dante and Dublin, near S.Carrollton, in Uptown, New Orleans. The house is locked, whoever saves him would have to break in. The door is a small price to pay for my best friend's life.My house phone number in New Orleans is 504 864 0626. I'm currently at my sister's in California, my numbers are 510 644 2895 and 510 759 6290. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. If there is anything anyone can do, I would be immensely grateful and would pay a financial reward. This is my LAST hope, or he'll surely DIE!
Please please help.
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