Flea-Infested Dog Dropped at Shelter Inside Cereal Box Gets Adopted

The flea-infested pup who was stuck inside a cereal box when he was dropped off at a California animal shelter has been adopted. FOX News reports that Riverside County Animal Services tweeted this week that the 9-week old Maltese, named Razz Berry, was adopted Saturday by a family in Riverside that picked the highest number in a lottery for the dog. The dog was discovered abandoned at Bryant Park in Riverside last Tuesday and brought to the shelter. After the shelter shared an adorable photo of the canine online, 20 families came to the shelter in hopes of adopting the dog. The Sheets family of Riverside ended up picking the winning number in the lottery to take the pup home. The Sheets say they "always name their dog after seasonings" and had been hoping to find a white Maltese they could name "Salt" to go with their black Maltese "Pepper," but they'll probably keep the name Razz Berry.



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