King grabbed her phone, took a video of Neno, posted it on Facebook and hoped someone would notice him. And it worked — more than 230,000 people viewed it, including Laura Rodgers.
“The moment I saw his video, I cried,” Rodgers told The Dodo. “I could not get him out of my mind. That video moved me that much.”
Rodgers jumped in her car the next day and drove more than an hour to the shelter.
“I don’t think I could have lived with myself if I didn’t know he was out of there and safe,” Rodgers said. “There were many people commenting on the Facebook post saying they wanted to adopt him, but 24 hours later he was still there.”