Woman who tried to surrender her dogs in wrong jurisdiction instead abandoned them in shelter parking lot

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When a heartless woman took two dogs to the San Bernardino Animal Shelter in California to surrender them and was told she lived in a different jurisdiction, decided to just abandon the little ones in the shelter’s parking lot, nearly running one of them over with her vehicle.

Check out the video. (The woman in the long dress is the shelter director. The woman leaving the dogs in the parking lot is dressed in black workout clothes). According to information shared, the woman claimed she found the dogs, and they were not her responsibility. Onlookers watched as the dogs tried to jump on the woman seemingly eager to get back into her vehicle.

https://www.facebook.com/kriskellyfoundation/videos/683525992709312

Information:

Scruffy dog is #A546268 female, about 5 years old.

Smooth coat dog is #A546269 male, also about 5 years old.

They were dumped in the parking lot of City of San Bernardino Animal Services on 5/18/22.

PetHarbor links:

http://petharbor.com/pet.asp?uaid=SBCT.A546268

http://petharbor.com/pet.asp?uaid=SBCT.A546269

The dogs are bonded and would do best if placed together. Please share their plights with approved rescue organizations, friends, family and social media contacts. Sharing saves lives. For more information on fostering and adopting, please:

BONDED PAIR MUST GO TOGETHER

AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION AT SAN BERNARDINO ANIMAL SERVICES 909-384-1304

OPEN TUESDAY – SATURDAY 10am – 5pm

CLOSED SUNDAY AND MONDAY

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