Monday, 17 February 2014
OMD! Mondays ❇
✴✴✴EDIT I posted this Monday but thought it would be good to add it to the Tuesday Tails blog hop as well, to hopefully bring some attention to this beautiful girl in need of a loving furever home.✴✴✴
Its Monday again and time for an OMD article of the week.
Today I have a story for you that is both sad but with a twist happiness.
A couple weeks ago at San Bernardino Calif. City animal control a man came with his Pit Bull mix named Ginger.
The man had intentions on not just surrendering her, but literally asked for her to be "killed" as he put it.
His reason, was nothing of her being a dangerous dog or anything of the sort, simply that he could no longer care for her.
So why would he order her destroyed? Who knows really, but thanks to the good people and volunteers of the shelter, she was to be saved!
Ginger was terrified.
Being pet owners, we know that our animals can sense things. They can sense when they are in danger. They can sense when something is going on.
Ginger is no acception, she knew that something was not right, and it shows on her poor little face and her body language that you will see, should you decide to watch this video.
The man in the video below is the one who wanted her put down, and watching how he treats her in front of the people at the shelter tells me that Ginger was lucky to have been surrendered.
He drags her by her leash when she doesn't want to follow him. . . . . I would be fighting against him to.
Please note that this video is upsetting**
This link will take you to the original article as well.
Ginger is still currently at the shelter , but they have posted an updated video on her progress. When she was first brought in she was a terrified, shaking unhappy betrayed and lonely pup.
You can plainly see them difference in Ginger from the before and the after video. She seems very comfortable around the people who have been helping her, and there is once again, hope in her eyes.
For the after video , click HERE
Ginger is still looking for her forever home so I encourage you to share her story, let's help this girl get adopted
If anyone is interested in adopting Miss Ginger feel free to contact Julie at Info@petconnect.us
Ginger is 4 years old and has had pups twice.
If you can help by spreading the word. This beautiful girl is waiting patiently for her furever home .
Thanks for reading everyone.
♥husky hugz frum our pack♥
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