In Baldwin, California, the cries of a frightened blind Siberian husky echoed through the halls of the Baldwin Animal Shelter. The senior pup howled in confusion and loneliness – where was her family and why were there so many strangers?
And then John Hwang, a frequent volunteer and photographer so often capturing the most emotional moments of shelter dogs in captivating pictures, offered this sweet dog his gentle hand. John describes the dog’s reaction:
“Even though she was blind, I saw in her eyes a pleading for love and assurance. When I gently placed my hand on her face, she became calm and closed her eyes. She quietly rested her head on my hand, and for a brief time she found solace from her cold, lonely kennel.”
Click here for this dog’s Pet Harbor listing. “My name is Louise and I’m an approximately 9 year old female Siberian husky. I am not yet spayed. I have been at the Baldwin Animal Care Center since September 21, 2016. I will be available on September 25, 2016. You can visit me at my temporary home at B335.” Make sure to reference#A4995268.
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