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  • SinDee
    Rita Fazio wrote: From Rita Fazio Tue Mar 7 22:30:23 2006 Still in Need of Rescue --She came in smiling, wagging her tail, she
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 8, 2006
      Rita Fazio <r.e.fazio@...> wrote: From Rita Fazio Tue Mar 7 22:30:23 2006
      Still in Need of Rescue --She came in smiling, wagging her tail, she didn't see it coming. South L.A. shelter - A779836

      Message This little girl is adorable and very adoptable. Please circulate. Thanks!

      Please reply to: "Daniel Guss" <danielguss@...> (gmail.com)
      You may also try calling the shelter to place an "adopter alert" on the animal. Call 888 452-7381. Hit 1 then 4 then 2. Please give them the impound # and have the shelter note your name and phone number in the computer and also when you will come in to adopt. Make sure to get the name of the person you spoke to. Then get in your car and go save a life!



      ----- Original Message -----
      From: Kinder, Diane
      Sent: Tuesday, March 07, 2006 8:37 PM
      Subject: Still in Need of Rescue --- FW: Fwd: She came in smiling, wagging her tail, she didn't see it coming. South L.A. shelter - A779836



      Hi Everyone,

      Just checked with the shelter -- our girl is doing fine (not sick) but still there and still begging for rescue. PLEASE NETWORK HER WIDELY SO SHE DOES NOT DIE IN THERE.

      Thanks to all -- for your diligent rescue work and diligent work keeping a careful eye on the shelters.

      Diane
      P.S. Here is her information again and photos attached.

      A779836 I am an unaltered female, tan and white Staffordshire Bull Terrier mix.

      The shelter thinks I am about 2 years and 1 month old.

      I have been at the shelter since Feb 28, 2006. Staffordshire Bull Terrier mix 2 yr, 1 mo South Los Angeles Animal Care and Control Center

      This sweetheart is at the South LA Shelter
      If you can't help her, PLEASE crosspost ASAP. She is an adorable little girl!
      more pic's at: http://www.generaltopics.com/amrt/photo.php/4554/

      This is a dog pound, not a rescue, so animals are not held that long. If you see an animal you like get in your car and go immediately.


      ----- Original Message ----- From: Paw Angel network
      Sent: Tuesday, March 07, 2006 3:42 AM
      Subject: SHE CAME IN SMILING AND TAIL WAGGING



      Please DO NOT hit REPLY. For further information, contact the person below. If you are unable to help at this time, please pass this onto those who might be able to. Thank you for your compassion and kindness! [Los Angeles, CA]

      From: "Daniel Guss" <danielguss@...> (gmail.com)
      Date: Sun, 5 Mar 2006 16:39:50 -0800
      Subject: --------------

      SHE CAME IN SMILING AND TAIL WAGGING
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      Reply to: see below
      Date: 2006-03-05, 12:51PM PST

      posted at www.amrt.net

      http://www.generaltopics.com/amrt/so_la_shelter/
      South LA Shelter
      staffordshire terrier MIX
      Impound A779836
      Female 2 year
      Available: Thu, Mar 2
      Date Photo Taken: Sun, Mar 5

      More Photos Available
      she came in smiling & tail wagging. she didn't see it coming.

      i don't know which is more sad, the dogs who are dragged in with their
      tail tucked between their legs or the dogs who walk in happy and
      wagging their tails. this girl trotted in smiling, wagging her tail and
      looking lovingly at the people who were about to dump her. you could
      almost hear her saying "oh boy, where are we going?". she was just so
      trusting, she didn't see it coming. the look on this dog's face when
      she realized she was being abandoned was just too much. her whole
      posture changed. she cowered, her brow was furrowed and her eyes were
      so, so sad and worried.

      she didn't want to go into the small cage so the ACT (Animal Care
      Technician) used the caring technique of using his foot to push her in.
      she turned around in the tiny cage and looked at the people who dumped
      her but they could not have been less interested. they said she was a
      stray. i don't believe them.

      she is being very brave out in the kennels. she looks a little worried
      but she trots up to every single person who passes and looks at them
      with such hope. she is in such a hopeless place, probably soon to be
      euthanized and the dog still has faith that people are good and will
      help her.

      the dog is a DOLL. a complete and total waggy tailed, kissing, gentle,
      loving DOLL. is there any hope for her at all??





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