"Today our organization is finalizing an agreement with a credentialed, third party (located out of town) veterinary organization to adopt Train. This veterinarian team is highly experienced, trained and credentialed to handle animals, like Train, that have been diagnosed with “predatory aggression.” Fortunately—our willingness to identify and locate other professionals has given us this creative solution. Train will be adopted into his new home as soon as possible. Once Train is there and safe, we will post a photo of him in his new home. This has been a very difficult issue and we want to reaffirm that we are here to SAVE animals, not destroy them. In the rare cases where we do have to euthanize an animal for severe behavioral issues, it is for public safety. We will not deviate from policy (more on our website: https://memphishumane.org/about-us-122/faq) unless a rare opportunity—such as this one—is found. Thank you for all of the support for Train and we are satisfied that this option is the best for Train, our organization, our donors, volunteers and staff."On Friday, a press release was sent out announcing that Jacuzzi had left and that the organization has hired Amy Howell of Howell Marketing as a consulting interim director. Howell's role will be to guide the organization to secure a new executive director.