At the Stanislaus County Animal Shelter in Modesto, California, the sweetest bulldog came in as a stray on January 11. Not only is she likely a purebred, but she is also unaltered. The shelter’s best guess is that she had been used for breeding, but now that she is older, she likely was no longer producing puppies.
Animal advocate Victoria Spears tells the dog’s story:
“My heart is absolutely breaking for this poor senior Bulldog!”
“…When we saw her in her cage, she didn’t have a blanket. She was just sitting, pressed up against the cage. When we gave her a blanket, she immediately lay [sic] down on it. She then let us pet her and give her affection. This poor, sweet girl needs out of the shelter immediately.”
I am an unaltered female, brown and white English Bulldog. My age is unknown. I have been at the shelter since Jan 11, 2019. I am available for adoption or rescue on Jan 24, 2019. For more information about this animal, call Stanislaus Animal Services Agency at (209) 558-7387. Ask for information about animal ID number A511885.
Pet Harbor adoption listing: #A511885
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