Two dogs, dumped by their prior owner, are confused and frightened inside of their kennel run at the South Los Angeles Animal Services facility in California. The dogs, Molly (age 9) and Chocolate (age 7), were surrendered by their owner on February 17.
A video of the pair was taken at the animal control agency and the dogs’ terror is readily apparent. Molly, in particular, can be seen suffering from fear as she shakes uncontrollably on her bed. On March 6, an update about the surrendered dogs was posted to Facebook:
This small girl is Molly – 9 years old and 16lbs, she probably really needs our help to get out of the South Los Angeles Shelter….not one thread on her yet – you can see in her video that she is terrified in the shelter. We’re hoping to get more video and pictures this weekend (thank you Cat Ku) – but this is what we have for now… and this scared, sweet dog really needs our help! Please share for Adoption, Rescue, Foster and/or pledges.
A subsequent update to Facebook reads:
I just got off the phone with the shelter and they are still there. The shelter doesn’t know if they are good with other cats or dogs as the owner who dumped them didn’t say anything other than they didn’t have time for them anymore.
You can help Molly and Chocolate find a new family by sharing their adoption information.
- Petharbor link for Chocolate here
- Petharbor link for Molly here
- Los Angeles Animal Services – South Los Angeles Shelter at (888) 452-7381
Ask for information about animal ID number A1681670 and A1681672
- Facebook thread here