This week, someone abandoned a pregnant pit bull – leaving her in a crate, on a street in Carson, California. Thanks to a good Samaritan, the pregnant dog was taken off of the streets and brought to the Carson Animal Services facility in Gardena.
People are scrambling to get the dog, dubbed Violet, out of the animal control facility before she gets sick, or has her puppies – judging by her size, delivery of the pups could be any time. On Wednesday evening, the Facebook page, Carson Fosters, wrote about Violet’s urgent situation:
Please share everywhere! #A5164424 MAMMA VIOLET Female 3 Yrs (NYS). A LOCAL FOSTER and RESCUE is needed now for MAMMA VIOLET. MAMMA VIOLET will need her own area, quiet, love, and support. If you can foster MAMMA VIOLET and her soon-to-be-born puppies until adopted, go to www.carsonfosters.com to complete a foster application. Local apps only, please. LA, OC, San Bernadino, San Diego or Riverside County. RESCUES message us or email us at CarsonFosters@GMail.com if you can help MAMMA VIOLET. TU!
She was found extremely PREGNANT and ABANDONED in Carson and she needs a FOSTER and RESCUE FAST! Please SHARE!
It is hard to fathom that anyone could be so cruel as to dump a pregnant dog on a city street – sadly, tossing aside unwanted pets is all too common. Please help this pregnant pit bull find her way to a reputable rescue group by sharing her information.
Petharbor link here.
Los Angeles County Animal Control – Carson at (310) 523-9566
Ask for information about animal ID number A5164424
More news and updates at the National Animal News Facebook page
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