Waiting and waiting but no one showed up to adopt Sandy

At the South Los Angeles Animal Shelter, a sweet 10-year-old senior has been waiting and waiting for her person to come for her. According to the shelter, Sandy had a possible “owner” but no one ever showed up, and so the waiting continues, but not without the consequences of heartbreaking disappointment.

“Last weekend she was really friendly, but this weekend she seemed really depressed. I feel so bad for her, she obviously thought she would see them again,” a volunteer wrote on social media hoping to attract an adopter who could fill the void in Sandy’s heart.

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Posted by Joy Freiberg on Monday, July 8, 2019

Sandy #A1871441 – 10yrs old
South Los Angeles Shelter
1850 W. 60th St
Los Angeles, CA 90047
323.565.2161
323.565.2160
213.485.0303
Adoption fee of $122 includes spay/neuter, all shots, microchip, medic check, and a voucher for a FREE medical check at a vet.
http://www.laanimalservices.com/adopt/animal-id-search/

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3 replies
  1. Pennysdachshunds says:

    What about these So Called RESCUE OF SENIOR DOGS (LIKE FROSTED FACES)!!!!! THEY GET DONATIONS FOR THIS VERY THING!!! SO DAMN SAD!!! CALIFORNIA NO LESS!!!

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  2. Pallastein says:

    Is there any way to get Sandy to Houston? I’ll foster (if my female dog doesn’t like her) or adopt her.

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