Nothing left after family surrendered them

Bonded dogs, nothing left except each other

Update: Both dogs have been rescued!

Two beautiful dogs, sitting in a kennel run in a storm ravaged part of Texas, have nothing left except each other. The Harris County Animal Shelter Volunteers Facebook page highlighted the bonded pair on Saturday:

Their names and each other. That’s all their family left them with.

In the face of the potential tragedy of a category four hurricane, their family abandoned Sadie and Baella at the shelter. In a time when family is supposed come together to protect each other, theirs left them to weather the storm alone, in cold, noisy shelter. Now all they can do is nuzzle together and pray they make it out alive. 

Fortunately, Sadie and Baella were not left to fend for themselves in the devastating storm. Sadly, though they are safe, warm and dry at the animal control facility, their future remains uncertain. The harsh truth is that all of the dogs at the “pound” do not make it out alive.

Sadie and Baella need a new home – their family is not coming back. Please share the information for these bonded dogs…networking saves lives.

Petharbor link for Sadie here.

Petharbor link for Baella here.

Harris County Public Health and Environmental Services at (281) 999-3191
Ask for information about ID# A491456 and ID# A491458

More news and updates at the National Animal News Facebook page.

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19 replies
  1. Barkley's Mom says:

    Way to go owners, save yourselves and dump your dogs! Don’t they deserve to go with you? They wouldn’t abandon you if they had to evacuate! I hope and pray Sadie and Baella make it to a new loving home, I will be sharing their plight in hopes it will help keep them together.

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      • ellen cottone says:

        Good luck today .if you show up you will win Molly’s freedom.
        They are hoping you don’t show.you get that judge to give you Molly for ever

  2. Helen says:

    What can I say, after all its Texas. I’m sorry Sadie and Baella your humans betrayed you. I pray you find a loving home, and hopefully be able to stay together.

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  3. Adrienne says:

    Hope and pray someone will adopt both dogs together.When we got our last dog, if she was with another dog that she was bonded to, I would have adopted both. Not only good companions together, but provide comfort to each other when you go out or go to work.

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  4. PAMELA D says:

    YEAH THAT IS GREAT TAKING CARE OF YOURSELVES BUT COULDN’T GIVE A GOOD DAMN FOR THESE TWO DOGS. HOPE THE OWNERS FUTURE IS SHIT AND IT HAPPENS VERY SOON FOR DUMPING THE DOGS.

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  5. Tracy Whitcomb says:

    What ASSHOLES!!! I think the Owners need to be thrown in a cage and let them see how it is!!!! They need to be charged. Those poor babies have nothing and no hope!!!!PLEASE SAVE THEM!!!!

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      • Sheila says:

        Can someone please share what CITY Harris County is in? These posts tend to forget that this is the world-wide-web. People are not familiar with counties and may not have time to search. Help people share efficiently and easily. Give us the city.

  6. Despina M. Andrelus says:

    Harris County Animal Shelter Volunteers
    August 26 at 9:13pm ·
    Update 8/31 – We are happy to say that both girls left with rescue today!!! Thank you to Lone Star Boxer Rescue for rescuing Sadie and to Reggie’s Friends for rescuing Baella. We are glad that they are safe and out of the shelter! Thank you so much for all your help!!! Freedom pictures will come soon
    https://www.facebook.com/harriscountyanimalsheltervolunteers/photos/a.389570917833821.1073741831.388243544633225/569935563130688/?type=3&theater

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