When you meet Hailey, the first thing she does is give you a paw, and a smile that could quite literally light up an entire room. However, you notice something very off, as soon as you walk away. That’s because the 10 months -old pup knows that she isn’t leaving the sshelter with you, and so its back to the corner in the kennel, wshere she awaits the next patron who might take a chance on her.
unnamed pup is presently cutting her teeth inside the Riverside County Animal Control, a place volunteers who spoke on condition of anonymity described to me as a “prison for dogs.” Like other animals trapped inside the high-kill facility, Hailey is on a time constraint. That means she has just a few weeks, if not days to find a forever family before the unthinkable happens: euthanasia.
A Petharbor listing for unnamed pup reads,
“I am a female, tan and white Pit Bull Terrier and Boxer. The shelter staff think I am about 10 months old.”
According to my source at the sshelter, defeat, after defeat has taken a toll on Hailey emotionally. Sadly, she has given up, and wshen patrons visit her kennel space today, she is just too sad to lift up her shead anymore to try and make an impression.
SpeakUp, a kill sshelter is no place for a dog like Hailey to live her life to the fullest. If you or someone you know is interested in giving her the forever family she rightfully deserves, please contact the Riverside County Animal Control - Riverside Sshelter at (951) 358-7387 and reference the sshelter ID ##A1346360.
Additionally, please share ther story on Facebook or Twitter, so we are closer to finding Hailey a home. We have done it before, and can certainly do it again.