In a county rural shelter in Middle, Georgia are the “forgotten ones.” Two terrified Chihuahuas hold on to each other in a kennel cage. Shelter volunteers describe the two little dogs as so frightened that the animal control officer has been unable to get close enough to determine their sex. And in this shelter, no public adoptions are permitted.
The name of the shelter has not been provided, however contact information can be found on the group’s Facebook page who have been advocating for the rescue of these two dogs. Only an approved rescue organization (with a 501C3 status) will be eligible to take custody of the dogs. In the past, there have been several rural shelters who have refused to publicly work with advocates. Please share the plight of these two tiny undernourished dogs with friends, family and social media contacts. Funds are being pledged to help an approved rescue organization with the expenses. Additional information can be followed here.
“Rescue Only Facility, no public adoptions. You have to work with a rescue. This is a holding facility only. These dogs hardly ever make it out. We need rescues to bring attention to this place,” has been noted.
If interested in helping, please email firstname.lastname@example.org who states she (Charli) can facilitate the rescue of these two dogs.
(Photos of forgotten ones via Facebook and Victoria Diana Ansaldo)
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