Geriatric blind senior whose time was up at shelter finds loving arms

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A geriatric and blind senior, dropped off at the Baldwin Park Shelter, had nearly run out of time late Saturday afternoon. Animal advocates, however had no intentions of abandoning this pooch in her hour of greatest  need.

“… She needs proper medical care. She is blind!. This little girl should not be in the shelter; she should be in our loving arms poor little girl can’t even see. I can’t even imagine what she’s thinking…,” posted the rescue group Josh and his critters Sunday afternoon.

The shelter had performed emergency surgery and removed the dog’s right eye. Within hours, she had been rescued.

“First thing in the morning we will take her to the hospital where she can get the proper care she needs.”

If you would like to send in a donation to her the rescue’s address is 8705 Sunland Blvd., Sun Valley, CA 91352

Never give up. Check out her freedom video and follow her story on here. Now she needs a name.

Get ready to fall in love!! And please help us find the perfect name for this little girl!! Oh my goodness this little senior girl is officially off of death row! look at her little face!!!! She is blind & the shelter did emergency surgery and removed her right eye! First thing in the morning we will take her to the hospital where she can get the proper care she needs!! The only way we can continue to save these kids is if you donate every now and then so please help us raise funds your donation is tax-deductible here is our link >!donate/cihc if you would like to send in a donation to her our address is 8705 Sunland Blvd., Sun Valley, CA 91352 Please continue to support us the more money we raise the more kids we can go get! & Trust me the shelter is full!! thank you to my rescue partner Lenny for all your hard work! #Freedom #Deathrowsurvivor

Posted by Josh and his critters on Sunday, April 22, 2018


(Photos and video of geriatric little Chi courtesy of Josh and his critters)


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8 replies
  1. Gizmos Mommy says:

    Taking care of a blind dog is not as hard as some people think. I cared for my precious Gizmo for two years while he was blind before he was called away. I hope this little girl finds love because one of the greatest gifts in the world is to take care of somebody who really needs you. And she really needs and deserves to be loved.

    • vicki hood says:

      I agree 110%. Blind dogs are one of my callings. Very special little beings. They are so loving and grateful soon as they get over the fright and realize they are safe

  2. Nancy Raymond says:

    The asshole owner of this poor dog who dumped her in a shelter needs a date with a tractor trailer – how damn cruel can you get?? So glad a rescue came through for her because surely this shelter would have put her down. I hope someone steps up and adopts this little one. She deserves a safe loving home.

  3. Bunny Peters says:

    We have a blind dog right now and have had blind dogs in the past. They do just fine (the dog we have right now doesn’t know he’s blind… he just does what he does).

    Dogs have a terrific sense of smell and they are very good at finding treats and laps (which, in our house, are the top priorities)…..

    • Bunny Peters says:

      Very glad this precious little treasure was saved and hopefully will find a loving furever home where she will be a treasured family member……


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