The trouble is, despite being very much available for adoption, no one has stepped forward to save the 2-year-old pit bull mix.
Animal Aid for Vermilion Area, the group that's campaigning to save Coco, tells The Dodo there's just no interest.
"Her fundraiser account is overfunded," says the group's Kayla Hotard. "She just needs someone to save her life."
She can be put down any time after January 2.
And nary a hint of a possible rescue, foster or adoption.
If you think you can help Coco, and dogs like her, get in touch with Animal Aid Vermilion Area through its website, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 337-366-0212.
CORRECTION: A previous version of this story stated the Vermilion Parish Shelter has a reputation for using the heart-stick procedure to put down dogs. While it is a kill shelter, the method of injecting poison into a dog's heart is illegal in Louisiana. The story has been revised appropriately.