‘Shelter shock is real’: Heartbreaking view of euth’ listed pup paralyzed with fear

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A terrified heeler has been placed on the Wichita Kansas Animal Shelter’s euthanasia list. Identified as CM07, the heartbreaking view of him trembling in the corner of his shelter cage is heartbreaking.

“Can you imagine what it must be like for shelter dogs? Strange place. Loud and unfamiliar dogs. The only view is the cement wall in front of you with strangers suddenly appearing. Some stop and say hi. Some keep going. They all are terrifying.”

Advocate for Beauties and Beasts, Inc.

On Friday, volunteers from the non-profit animal rescue group Beauties and Beasts, Inc. met CMO7 and hoped that getting him out of his shelter cage would help. His advocates learned the pup is extremely potty trained which makes shelter life even harder; once he had a home, but where is his family now?

While he didn’t completely relax, his tension slowly abated, and his latest intake photo showed an alert happy dog in the field.

“This poor boy is experiencing extreme shelter shock and is euth listed labeled rescue only. He needs a rescue to save him from the walls that confine him ASAP. Help.”

Advocate for Beauties and Beasts, Inc.



Please share this boy’s plight with approved rescue organizations, friends, family and social media contacts. Sharing saves lives. Follow his story here.


Animal #139051

Kennel CM07Intake 8/14

Last day 8/21

RESCUES ONLY: Email the Kansas Humane Society rescue coordinator at rescue@kshumane.org or call 316-524-9196 and ask for the rescue coordinator with additional questions or to tag this dog.

Any licensed rescue in any state can pull this dog. Please allow 24 hours for a response. FOSTERS/ADOPTERS apply online at www.beautiesandbeasts.org or contact a rescue near you. Our fosters must reside in KS per state licensing regulations and must travel to Wichita for introductions. Additional foster requirements are listed on website. Adopters may apply from out of state.

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