Adorable ‘Lady’ grows weary of kennel life as she continues to wait to be adopted from busy shelter

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An adorable dog named Lady is growing weary of kennel life at the Los Angeles Animal Services – West Valley Shelter, where she has been held since December 2020. The five-year-old dog is a favorite of staff and volunteers, and those who know her ache for her growing loneliness and despair.

The non-profit organization, Outta the Cage, writes:

It’s tough seeing her in her kennel, since she knows many of the staff and volunteers and gets excited when she thinks she’s getting out. She’s tired of kennel life.

Describing her perky demeanor when she gets to leave the kennel and enjoy the play area:

We spent time with Lady in the play yard and she was happy and fun. Then we put the pink sweater on her (thanks, Salli Sammut!) and she immediately became more spunky, like it was a holiday!
Lady is house trained, easy to leash, and knows basic commands.

Staff hopes to see Lady be the “only dog” in the home of her adopter…and somewhere out there is the person who has the ideal situation for her. Hopefully that person will be found soon. The agency writes:

West Valley shelter is just opening back up and has many long-term stay dogs. They have already euthanized a few. Let’s not let that happen to Lady.

Will you please help Lady find an adopter to save her life?

Find Lady’s shelter profile here.

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Located At : Los Angeles Animal Services – West Valley Shelter
Description : My name is Lady and I am a spayed female, fawn and white Mixed Breed.
Age : The shelter staff think I am about 5 years old.
Weight : I weigh approximately 75 pounds.
More Info : I have been at the shelter since Dec 10, 2020.

Location : Los Angeles Animal Services – West Valley Shelter
Website : www.laanimalservices.com
Phone Number : (888) 452-7381
Address : 20655 Plummer Street
Chatsworth, CA 91311

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1 reply
  1. Jan Barnes says:

    HER FEELINGS ARE UNDERSTANDABLE! IT IS LIKE BEING IN AN ORPHANAGE!
    PLEASE PLEASE TAKE HER HOME AND LOVE HER! THERE IS NO HOPE WITHOUT YOU!

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