No one has claimed senior dog at animal control

No one to claim senior dog left at busy animal control agency

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A senior dog is waiting to be saved from a busy, open intake animal control agency in Los Angeles County, California. The 10-year-old dog, named “Isis,” has been at the Lancaster shelter since November 15…in the nearly one month’s time that has passed, nobody has come forward to claim her as their own.

Being held at a noisy, unfamiliar animal control agency is tough on the strongest of dogs…add in age and age-related issues (arthritis and more) and the situation becomes all the more difficult.

Isis could use the help of strangers to help her find somewhere safe to go. Please take a moment to network this senior dog’s adoption information. After all of the time that has passed, it is unlikely that her owner will show up to claim (and save) her.

 

9 replies
  1. Cherryl Gallo-Trapolsi says:

    It’s sad…the ratio, if u will…it’s like, or at least seems like millionz of unwanted, DUMPED or stray per every 1 adoption ????

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  2. pennysdachshund says:

    SORRY to say This POOR Girl has been displaced and how many dogs did HSUSI bring into California from KOREA to THIS STATE that is already in a CRISIS with AMERICAN DOGS IN NEED of IMMEDIATE HELP FROM BEING EUTHANIZED like WHAT will probably happen to ISIS!!! How UNFAIR THE HSUSI is !!! OUR CITIZENS are donating to them to help our ANIMALS in NEED they are bringing in thousands of dogs from other countries and MORE & MORE OF OUR OWN DOGS IN NEED ARE BEING KILLED IN OUR AMERICAN SHELTERS!!! I feel bad about the dogs from these
    3rd world dog eating countries,BUT DON”T THE DOGS IN CRISIS HERE NEED THE HELP FINDING HOMES FIRST!!!

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  3. Deborah J. says:

    For of GOD, there has to be some kind soul out there that can help this poor SAD Dog. Won’t you please consider providing a kind, loving, caring home for this Special Dog. This dog is truly in need right now! Have mercy on this dog at this trying time during the holidays.

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  4. Trecia Juhnke says:

    Can Frosted Faces take her out of her situation.We need to save our senior dogs.Don’t take on a best friend unless you are wiling to comitt to their entire life.TILL DEATH US DO PART. These dogs have a beating heart and more emotions than any human ever does. We should have a retirement homes for senior dogs so they can live out the lives in peace.But some families don’t take of their human people SAD.Please save this soul.

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