On August 5, two bonded dogs lost their home, and all that they ever knew, when their family took them to the Chicago Animal Care and Control facility in Illinois. The CACC Dog Transfer Team Facebook page has posted a photo of the frightened pair, along with an explanation of their current situation:
Came in as an owner surrenders on 8/5 and are available for rescue NOW. They are a bonded pair. They are scared alone but come out of their shells when together! A bit skittish but very friendly once they warm up to you. Gave kisses and took treats. Need patient home to help build confidence and trust.
Because of their fear and uncertainty, these young dogs (just one year of age) are available to only approved rescues. The shelter has stated, “available for rescue by a Homeward Bound Partner ONLY. If you are interested in learning more about the Homeward Bound Animal Placement Program, please click here.”
Find the Petharbor link for Aries here. Petharbor link for Dottie here.
DOTTIE – ID#A152510/Aries ID#A152509
Chicago Animal Care and Control at (312) 747-1406
Ask for information about animal ID number A152510 and ID number A152509
hope Chicago isn’t like California and they will be killed in a day or two!!!! These are beautiful dogs LET”S just hope a rescue will STEP UP to the PLATE for these two as they sure don’t deserve to DIE at I YEAR OF AGE!!!
They are gorgeous! I hope we can help them find a home together.
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