No one appears to be coming to save Cara

Despite her hopeful pleading, no one appears to be coming to save Cara

Update: Rescued per shelter!

Despite the adorable, albeit sad, pleading of a shelter dog in California, it appears that no one is coming to save her. Four-year-old Cara has been at the Riverside County Animal Control facility for nearly a month and though she tries her hardest to get attention, she is being overlooked.

On October 5, a networking advocate writes of Cara’s dire situation:

We are heartbroken to say that it doesn’t look like anyone is coming for precious Cara.

Cara appears to be absolutely desperate for human attention – she wiggles her bottom and wags her tail…to no avail. A prior plea on Cara’s behalf reads:

Cara’s energy & yearning for love & affection is infectious. She is the last dog alive on the euthanasia list: we all know what that means. Cara is just 4 yrs old & she needs to exit immediately if she is to exit alive.


Will you please help Cara make it out of this facility alive? Networking is an effective tool!

Petharbor link here.

For more information about this animal, call:
Riverside County Animal Control – Riverside Shelter at (951) 358-7387
Ask for information about animal ID number A1547540

Note: Please contact the shelter directly about this dog. The Pet Rescue Report is not the point of contact. Thank you.

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3 replies
  1. Dana L Blair says:

    This baby Cara needs to be saved. If I lived closer I would bring her home. I am in Iowa. My hope is that someone adopts this beautiful dog.

  2. Debra Wolstein says:

    Cara is no longer listed… that could mean she was saved in the eleventh hour but the news us not usually that good 🙁 if she’s “gone” it will break my heart, but more importantly it will show how broken this system is. Their website only shows 10 female dogs available for adoption – are we seriously to believe they didn’t have the space to extend her beyond 30 days to find a home??? For shame!


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