At the Norwalk Animal Shelter in Connecticut on Friday, a three-year-old dog was picked up after the abandoned pup had been left tied to a tree with a note attached to her collar. The note read “couldn’t afford her please help” and calling her “amazing.”
The dog, named Annabell was found at Cranbury Park and left tied to a tree as outdoor temperatures soared to 84 degrees before noon. The note stated the owner had financial difficulties and could no longer afford the brindle three-year-old bully breed pooch.
“To whomever loves dogs: She’s an amazing dog. Human friendly. Dog Friendly. All shots. And a sweetheart.”
When discovered, Annabell was wearing a black collar with no identification tags. She is not micro-chipped.
In Connecticut, it is illegal to abandon an animal; a first offense could lead to a jail term and fine.
Anyone with information about this dog, is asked to contact the shelter at 203.854.4240. Interested in adopting her? Please let the shelter know.
Check out her video:
“Annabell” running around and playing with her new toy she found and hanging out in our play room.
Posted by Norwalk Animal Shelter on Sunday, August 4, 2019
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