Update 12/2/17: Rescued!
A young dog has been homeless for over a month…as is the case with most dogs, she is homeless through no fault of her own. Sissy is the victim of abandonment – and her story is heartbreaking.
A volunteer at the Minneapolis Animal Control is hoping to shed some light on Sissy, and her sad past. She wrote:
“She was found at a park by a woman who was walking her dog. She saw her sitting by a harness on the ground and looking around, but sitting patiently. The woman walked her dog thinking the dogs human was nearby, and an hour or so later there was Sissy, still sitting by the harness where she was dumped off by her owners, with hope in her eyes that they would come back. But they never did.”
Sissy didn’t ask to be left alone at a park and she certainly didn’t ask to be a homeless dog sitting alone in a kennel run at a busy animal control agency. Please help Sissy by taking a moment to network her adoption information.
Petharbor link here.
Minneapolis Animal Care & Control at (612) 673-6222
Ask for information about animal ID number A311891
Note: Sissy is considered to be “urgent.”
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