A dumped dog at a busy Miami, Florida, animal control agency seems to know that her family isn’t coming to get her. Regina, a two-year-old terrier mix, has been at the Miami-Dade Animal Services facility since March – her “safe” period of holding is over and she is waiting for someone to take a chance on her.
On Monday, the Facebook page, Urgent Dogs and Cats of Miami, wrote:
She was dumped again… That face when you know your stray hold is up and you realize your family is not coming for you😭 Poor Regina #A2014725she’s so heartbroken that she hardly gets up. She is available now and looking for a family that will love her FUREVER ❤️ She’s 2 years old and weights approx 40 lbs.
Imagine what it must feel like to be unloved and unwanted. Regina is only two years old and she has already been cast aside. Please help this young dog find a loving and committed person to take her in and give her the life that she deserves.
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For more information about this animal, call:
Miami-Dade Animal Services at (305) 884-1101
Ask for information about animal ID number A2014725
Original Facebook thread here.
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