A stunning dog finds herself alone and in danger of losing her life because her owner failed to come retrieve her from a busy California animal shelter. The four-year-old husky mix, known only by her assigned ID#A5359223, surely had a family before being picked up as a stray on March 14 – she is spayed, well fed and very friendly – hallmark signs of being a pet and not a free-roaming homeless dog.
On Monday, the Saving Baldwin Park Shelter Dogs Facebook page posted photos of the friendly pooch, writing:
This beautiful girl will need a home since it doesn’t look like her owner is going to show up.💔 She’s spayed and waiting to meet you! PLEASE SHARE! Let’s find her a family and keep kennels open during this time. #savealife
A video shows this homeless pup’s desire to give and receive affection is readily apparent in a video taken at the shelter.
Saving her life
This beautiful girl is suffering from a lack of affection and certain boredom in her lonely kennel run – and if help doesn’t come in time, she will be lost forever. Please help her by sharing her adoption information.
Petharbor link here.
For more information about this animal, call:
Los Angeles County Animal Control – Baldwin Park at (626) 962-3577
Ask for information about animal ID number A5359223
Note: Please contact the shelter directly for all inquiries about this dog. The Pet Rescue Report is NOT the point of contact. Petharbor will include the most up to date information about this dog’s adoption status.