Tears in dog’s eyes as owner left sweet senior at overcrowded shelter

At the SEAACA shelter in California, a gentle sweet senior was surrendered last Wednesday; one can literally see the tears in her eyes. The saddest 12-year-old beagle just watches through the bars in her kennel cage; likely hoping the next person she sees will be that very owner who left her at the shelter.

An advocate writes:

“… She is the sweetest dog hoping to be rescued/home for forever holidays. Please share it out for the sweet sad girl. She doesn’t understand why her owners would leave her, but has a glimmer of hope that someone will be her hero and save her.”

At this time there are no medical notes, however there is an interested rescue group. A foster home is needed for approximately a week to help the rescue organization.

Her name is Sasha; please reference 20-11745 when making inquiries at the shelter.

Follow her plight on Facebook. Sharing her story with friends, family and social media contacts will help Sasha.

Adoption posting here.

ABOUT 20-11745

20-11745 is a black/white/tan, female adult dog, that weighs approximately 25 lbs. She was impounded on 12/11/2019 from the City of Lakewood.

Availability:
Available for adoption holds on 12/11/2019. Adoption holds must be placed in person. Adoption availability date 12/14/2019.

Please visit SEAACA and ask for identification number 20-11745 to see me.

Available for adoption holds on 12/11/2019. Adoption holds must be placed in person. Adoption availability date 12/14/2019.
Southeast Area Animal Control Authority)
DIRECTOR: denise.woodside@seaaca.org;
MANAGER Chuck.Miller@seaaca.org
SUPERVISOR: julie@seaaca.org
RESCUE COORDINATORS
donna.soriano@seaaca.org;
alejandro.ortega@seaaca.org

Phone: (562) 803-3301 OPTION 4 FOR FRONT DESK
EXT 258 FOR RESCUE COORDINATOR;
9777 Seaaca Street,
Downey, CA 90241
http//www.seaaca.org

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3 replies
  1. Sherry says:

    People are so cruel to their senior pets dumping off at shelters,poor baby. Prayers for a better forever home for you Sasha…God bless

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