A four-year-old stray poodle dubbed Mrs. Bigglesworth suffered from a serious encounter with an automobile. She arrived at the Baldwin Park Animal Shelter on June 26 as a stray with a broken leg and an injury resulting in the loss of her eye. Her family has never been to the shelter to find her. A volunteer offered this information:
“She’s just a sparkly combo of glitter, coconut macaroons with a dusting of Cupid’s Potion of Love. She had an encounter with a jagundo metal box, called an automobile and came away a SURVIVOR with a story to tell…”
On Thursday, Mrs. Bigglesworth was transferred to the Los Angeles County Animal Care and Control – Lancaster. Her Pet Harbor listing can be seen here.
“I am described as a female, white Poodle – Miniature. The shelter thinks I am about 4 years old. I have been at the shelter since Jul 13, 2017.” For more information about this animal, call Los Angeles County Animal Control – Lancaster at (661) 940-4191. Ask for information about animal ID number A5083162.
Animal advocate and shelter volunteer Karen Klink states Mrs. Bigglesworth is good with other dogs and people. Karen has spearheaded a campaign to save this pooch; the At-Choo Foundation has volunteered to help with her medical expenses. The rescue organization 4 Dogs Farm Rescue has stepped forward to care for her, but are asking for help in finding a foster home located in Southern California. A Facebook page can be followed here.
Check out her video and share her plight with friends, family and social media contacts in an effort to find a qualified foster situation for this dog. Sharing saves lives. Be the voice for those who cannot speak.
(Photos and video of stray poodle courtesy of Karen Klink)
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Watch short video of Mrs. Bigglesworth here and just imagine how beautiful she will be once again after she is rescued.
Posted by Karen Klink on Thursday, July 6, 2017