A tiny Yorkie was found throw away in the trash wrapped inside of a plastic bag on Saturday. The 12-year-old defenseless senior is currently resting comfortably at the Baldwin Park Animal Care Center in southern California and is on a required ten-day microchip hold.
The dog’s photos have attracted viral attention on social media with most comments centering around the lack of respect and responsibility for all animals.
“Dawn Sherman Eaton: What a sweetheart!!! All he needs is a bath and a haircut and he’ll be quite the handsome little man! How people can treat animals like this is so beyond anything I can grasp! How can they just throw away a living breathing soul who has donated his sweet precious life to this family like he was garbage?…”
“You could have at least left him at a vet, rescue or shelter!! It breaks my heart and crushes my soul to the core.”
Since Saturday there have been nearly 1,500 shares hoping to find the perfect rescue organization to help this frightened tiny Yorkie. A Facebook page can be followed here.
For more information contact the Baldwin Care Animal Care Center and ask for information about A5151954. “I’m a male silver and blonde Yorkshire Terrier. My friends at the shelter think I’m about 12-years-old. I’ll be available on February 28, 2018.
Address: 4275 Elton St, Baldwin Park, CA 91706 Phone: (626) 962.3577.
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