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Monday, 17 February 2014

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✴✴✴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.
Click HERE


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.






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28 comments:

  1. I admit, I couldn't stomach watching the video, I knew it would make me too mad. I hope Ginger finds the loving home she deserves soon!

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    1. No problem, thats why I put a warning above it, just so people would know.
      I hope she finds her home also. Thanks for reading

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  2. I'm glad she was saved, and hopefully she'll soon get a fureverhome with people who will love her.

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  3. Not sure I can watch that video, I get so upset! I am so glad that she was surrendered by this terrible person because she surely deserves better. My heart breaks for those that have to live their lives out with these undeserving people.

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    1. I know :( No worries that you didn't watch the video , I dont blame you.
      My heart breaks every time I see something like this also!
      She will find a loving home, I know she will :)

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  4. Poor Girl at leat she is safe now,makes me want to shake the man for such callous treament,xx Rachel

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    1. She is safe now and that's what matters.
      I have a few choice things I would like to do and say to that man as well

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  5. I started to watch the first video but felt so bad for her trembling on the floor that I closed it and watched the "after" video. I sure hope someone adopts her...she seems like a sweet girl.
    *Cairn cuddles*
    Oz

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    1. I don't blame u, it was very upsetting,
      She seems so sweet as you said ajdnshe deserves a loving home! Our paws are crossed that someone comes to love her soon

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  6. I can't watch the video. Thank you for the warning. She's a beautiful girl and I hope she's adopted well and quickly.
    www.dogtreatweb.com

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    1. Your welcome. A lot of people have said they couldnt watch it. I don't blame any of you.
      I didn't have a warning when I clicked on it....I did watch it, but, seeing the after video of her was very comforting knowing they must be taking good care of her right now.
      Thanks for comin

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  7. Good thing you had no names That mad Dad really mad, he has friends in San Bernardino, and that guy might have received a late night visit!!!! Glad she is doing so much better!

    The Mad Scots

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    1. I know :( how horrible of a person do you have to be to treat an animal that way? So sad....
      I am glad she is doing better, cant wait for an update on her

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  8. I couldn't bring myself to watch the videos. But I hope Ginger finds her furrever home soon, and that she is treated with the respect she deserves!
    --Siamese Smothers--

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    1. Ok no worries :)
      I hope so to!
      Thanks for reading!

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  9. Okay, so I braved the horrid video so the happy one could make it all better. Bless her heart! How in the heck could anyone ask for their dog to be killed? Good grief, humans...I seriously worry about our species sometimes! I hope that Ginger finds a loving home. Thanks for sharing both videos!

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    1. Yes, seeing the second video definitely helps, seeing that they must be being good to her because she is so comfortable around them, and a big difference from when that man was there.
      Thanks for reading Melissa

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  10. That poor dog was so frightened. I hope she finds a good home, she appears to have a sweet nature.

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    1. I know : ( it made me so sad to watch it, I would love to help this beautiful girl find her furever home!!

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  11. I had read about Ginger but for some reason I thought she had been adopted:( Poor girl. Hope she finds a forever home soon. Off to share.

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    1. That's what I thought to!!! Until I read that she has not! In the second video, it seeks like she was adopted but she was just out with the people who work at that shelter .
      Thanks for reading!
      I hope so to

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  12. Sounds like they used her for breeding purposes. Makes me so mad how she was treated xx

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    1. Yep, sounds that way to me to : ( it is so sad...
      We can only hope that she is able to find a loving home sooner rather then later

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  13. Poor Ginger... Unfortunately, I've seen stuff like this happen firsthand before. One time, a man came to our clinic with a cat and wanted to put it to sleep for urinary issues. We told him we couldn't do that to make a long story short. He wasn't happy about it...

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    1. I know, I dont understand why people would just say "please kill my pet for me" Like....um why??
      In my opinion a pet should only be put to sleep if they are suffering and there is just no way to save them!

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  14. I hope Ginger finds the home that she deserves. Thanks for bringing attention to her story.

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    1. I hope so to :)
      Anything I can do to help!

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