Dog’s grief is about two months in a Miami animal shelter who is slated to be ‘euth’ed’

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At the Miami Dade Animal Services, eight-year-old Nina may not have long to live. For the two months, she has spent at the shelter, no one has volunteered to adopt her nor has any rescue organization stepped up to help.

“9/21 Urgent Cats and Dogs of Miami -Nina has been waiting over 2 months at the shelter and she is losing hope huddled in the corner of the display room and getting overlooked while others get adopted.”


Nina has two large masses that are likely keeping her from anyone wanting to adopt her. She is having trouble walking and falls on her right side where the masses are located. Nina weighs 60 pounds, and she is breaking everyone’s heart. Can you help her? She doesn’t deserve to spend her days in a kennel feeling hopeless. Please share this sweet senior for adopter/ foster/ rescue.

Please share her plight with approved rescue organizations, friends, family and social media contacts.

Check out her video:

Miami Dade Animal Services3599 NW 79th Avenue, Doral, Florida 33166

305-884-1101 or 📧 [email protected] with A#2255811, to check: availability/status/request medical records.

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