Angel needs to be saved from busy animal control

Beautiful ‘Angel’ on the list to be destroyed at busy animal control agency

A beautiful four-year-old dog named “Angel,” is desperately in need of help. Angel is being held at a busy animal control agency in Brooklyn, New York, and she is on the “list to be destroyed” for January 25. Angel arrived to the animal control agency on January 14, when her owner surrendered her because of a move to a home where she was not allowed.

Angel previously lived with children and she is described as good with other female dogs – according to volunteers, she is friendly and appears to be “very house-broken.” Angel is already spayed and she walks well on a leash. Though Angel has a list of strong attributes, she is out of time.

Out of time at busy animal control agency

Please help network this deserving dog’s information – she needs the help of strangers to make it out of this facility alive. Petharbor link here. Animal Care and Control of New York City – Brooklyn/Ask for information about animal ID number: A1101525

If you are local to the Tri-State, New England, and the general Northeast United States area, and you are SERIOUS about adopting or fostering one of the animals at NYC ACC, please read our MUST READ section for instructions, or email helpdogs@urgentpodr.org. Our experienced volunteers will do their best to guide you through the process.

Read more about Angel at this link.

(Photos via Facebook)

 

 

18 replies
  1. Angela Corso says:

    Why do people do this? It’s so unfair for the dogs to have this done to them. How do you give away your pet knowing it will be destroyed. There is no excuse for these types of cruelty.

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  2. Catherine Staffy says:

    Another abandoned dog. Only a few days ago there was another dog left at a shelter by her family because they were moving house. What can one say?!!

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  3. Susan M. Bissell says:

    I feel so bad for all dogs and cats in these high kill shelters, I wish I could save them all. I know these shelters are putting to sleep some wonderful companions for someone who could use the company of a great animal that will only add love to your life.

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  4. Star Shelley says:

    I so wish these owners that take their dogs to kill shelters that they realize they are putting them on a death list! I just don’t understand why they do this. I rather live in a car or the streets than to take my dog to a kill shelter.

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  5. Sherry says:

    A dog is a responsibility and also a family member. Why not find a home that allows pets? For God’s sake, they should have made Angel a priority. Geez. This sucks.

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