At just three years of age, a beautiful dog, who is adored by shelter volunteers, may lose her life. The dog, named “Kamela,” is being held at the New York Animal Services (Manhattan) facility. Kamela, identification number A1106306, has a good enough temperament that she is considered to be publicly adoptable – but that has done nothing to keep her safe.
On Sunday evening, the Facebook page, Urgent Part 2 – Urgent Death Row Dogs wrote the dire words that no dog lover wants to hear:
TO BE DESTROYED 04/03/17
A glowing description of the death row dog was provided by a volunteer who met Kamela:
Kamela was the highlight of my day. I enjoyed my time with her so much that I had to take her out again. Kamela is a well behaved while lively female. She has all the traits of a family dog. I could tell. She has been so well cared for and is so well dressed in her elegant grey and beige brindle coat. Not a callus, spic and span, healthy, and the perfect weight. Kamela sat in her kennel before being leashed. What a great walker she is, civil with all dogs met. She has a very stern face she which did not prevent her from doing silly things like jumping up and down the back of a bench and getting all entangled with her rope. She loves caresses and enjoyed a petting session sitting by my side. Her eyes soften so much when I hold her face. I really love her!
Being a good girl, with a good temperament, is not enough to keep a homeless dog safe. Kamela is in desperate need of help. Please share her adoption information to help spare her life.
Kamela’s profile here.
For more information on adopting from the NYC AC&C, or to find a rescue to assist, please read the following: http://urgentpodr.org/adoption-info-and-list-of-rescues.
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