Paralyzed with fear, Juno shivers in the corner of her kennel cage at the Harris County Animal Shelter in Houston, Texas. According to volunteers, the young stray is beyond terrified; the loud noises, the strange smells and the shock of a new environment have completely broken her spirit.
Picked up as a stray on January 19, Juno is heartworm negative and desperate to leave the shelter. Check out her video here. Poor gal won’t even pick up her head to look at anyone:
1/27- Great News! Juno finally left the shelter today with a foster!!! Happy Tails Juno!! Absolutely paralyzed with fear!! Juno is beyond terrified; the loud noises, the smells, and the shock of a new environment…. it’s all too much for her. Juno was picked up by animal control as a stray near 77530 on 1/19. She is HW negative and desperate to leave this place. Juno is eligible for the shelter Foster/Transport program. Please consider temporarily providing this girl with a place to feel safe!! Adopt, foster or donate to attract rescue:paypal.me/pupitforward100% of your donation goes directly to the non-profit rescue that saves the animal. If they aren’t rescued, your donation is promptly refunded. Please note the animal’s ID or name in the notes section while checking outhttp://petharbor.com/pet.asp?uaid=HRRS.A500779A500779$600 in donations received.Harris County Animal Shelter612 Canino Rd. Houston, TX 77076Monday-Friday 1pm-5:30pm, Saturday-Sunday 11am-3:30pm281-999-3191www.countypets.com**This page is run by VOLUNTEERS for the animals. We are simply a bunch of animal lovers who spend our free time trying to save them all. We are not affiliated, or endorsed by the shelter, nor do we represent the shelter.*
Posted by Houston & Harris County Animal Volunteers on Monday, January 22, 2018
Click here for Juno’s PetHarbor adoption listing. “I am a female, black and white Setter/retriever. The shelter staff think I am about 2 years old. I have been at the shelter since Jan 19, 2018.” Follow Juno’s Facebook page here. Share this young dog’s plight with family, friends, approved rescue organizations and social media contacts. Sharing saves lives. Make sure to reference A500779.
For additional information, contact:
Harris County Animal Shelter
612 Canino Rd. Houston, TX 77076
Monday-Friday 1pm-5:30pm, Saturday-Sunday 11am-3:30pm
( Adopt, foster or donate to attract rescue:
100% of your donation goes directly to the non-profit rescue that saves the animal. If they aren’t rescued, your donation is promptly refunded. Please note the animal’s ID or name in the notes section while checking out)
(Photo and video of Juno paralyzed with fear courtesy of Houston & Harris County Animal Volunteers)
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