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Heartless case of neglect, yet shepherd is so forgiving

Junebug is an eight-year-old female German shepherd who suffers from a heartless case of neglect. A huge, untreated tumor hangs beneath the sweet dog’s belly, and although it even interferes with how she walks,  her calm and sweet demeanor has not diminished.junebug-downey-cover-2

Click here for Junebug’s Pet Harbor listing at the Downey Animal Shelter in California. Animal ID: A5004528.  “My name is Junebug and I’m an approximately 8 year old female German shepherd.  I am not yet spayed.  I have been at the Downey Animal Care Center since October 21, 2016.  I am available on October 25, 2016.  You can visit me at my temporary home at D113.” Contact Downey Animal Care Center at  (562) 940-6898.   A Facebook page for Junebug can be followed here.

The dog’s condition has not been diagnosed, and she is in need of immediate rescue by an approved organization. Volunteers who have personally engaged with Junebug sing her praises. One comment includes:

“Her spirit is very gentle and warm. She will need a rescue, TLC and a forever home. Please help her find a safe and forever committed rescue by posting, tagging, and sharing Junebug.”junebug-downey-cover-3

Please share this dog’s plight with family, friends and social media contacts. No, she isn’t perfect, but her life so far has been one of neglect; doesn’t she deserve better?

(Photos heartless case of neglect via Desi Lara)

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Vinessa Campbell-Diamond
    Vinessa Campbell-Diamond says:

    How cruel that she endures this tumor. With all of the animals rescued in Calif. She certainly deserves a second chance. I am in Nova Scotia Canada and cannot afford the crazy vet costs here. If someone will pay her medical bill and send here here. I would give her a home. This sweet dog deserves a happy ending. Saying a prayer for her.

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    • Shelly R Berchem (Pinks)
      Shelly R Berchem (Pinks) says:

      Hi Vinessa, Rescued by Mutt Match in LA. If you are interested in adopting please contact them. After the surgery I am certain a safe loving home will be needed. Thank you for offering your heart and home to a rescue pet. Rescues are the best, and most appreciarted of all pets.

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  2. Shelly R Berchem (Pinks)
    Shelly R Berchem (Pinks) says:

    Thank you and May GOD BLESS ALL of YOU! Rescued by Mutt Match in LA. I pledged 100.00 for poor senior soul who needs surgery asap. Please join me and donate, if you can afford to donate any amount would be greatly appreciated, thank you. And please continue to share his story for donations and prayers.

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