Meet Nora, an amiable stray dog who was brought to the Baldwin Park animal care center in California in July. Nora is described as “easy-going and happy,” with a “wonderful zen energy.”
Nobody wants this friendly girl
With Nora’s sweet disposition, it seems as if she had a family – but nobody came to retrieve her from the shelter. Now, Nora needs the help of strangers to give her a chance to live out the remainder of her life. United Hope For Animals described sweet Nora:
She walks nicely on leash and takes treats gently. In our shelter’s playgroups, she greets other dogs calmly and then initiates gentle, flirtatious play. It’s no surprise that Nora sailed through her shelter-administered temperament test.
You have the ability to help this deserving stray dog
Nora needs the help of strangers to get her out of the shelter – that means YOU. You can lend her a hand by networking this article with her adoption information. Networking saves lives!! The more people who see Nora’s beautiful face, the better her odds are of leaving the shelter alive. Please network to Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest – help save Nora’s life because she is depending on you.
Petharbor link here.
For more information about this animal, call:
Los Angeles County Animal Control – Baldwin Park at (626) 962-3577
Ask for information about animal ID number A5198665
For more information on this pet, contact volunteer UHA adoption coordinator Katja at 951-973-2757 or email@example.com.
(United Hope for Animals)
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