Terrified Chihuahua Surrendered to Kill Shelter, Openly Wept As Her Owner Walked Away

At the high kill Carson Animal Shelter in Gardena, California, there is very little time to adjust the chaos, noise, and fast pace environment once you enter the facility. You are quite literally thrown into the fire, or rather a prison for dogs as I like to call it. All around you are the crushed hopes of dogs locked inside of their kennel staring back at you with the saddest eyes you will ever see.

Unfortunately, dogs are given just a few weeks, and sometimes even days to find forever families, before they are “put down humanely” by the Carson shelter in what they described as a “population control measurement” to free up “valuable” kennel space.

For one dog named Whisper, he is all too familiar with the politics of a place where statistically, most dogs who enter never get out. The 5-year-old chihuahua was surrendered to the high kill facility by a heartless owner who wanted nothing to do with her anymore, for some unconscionable reason. In fact, as Whispers owner walked away without even a goodbye, the saddened pup openly wept before she was gently led away to her kennel space. Sad indeed.

A Petharbor listing for Whisper reads,

“My name is Whisper and I am described as a spayed female, blonde Chihuahua – Smooth Coated. The shelter thinks I am about 5 years old. I have been at the shelter since Jan 30, 2017.”

Fidonation, if you or someone you know is interested in giving this precious pup the forever family she rightfully deserves, please contact the Los Angeles County Animal Control – Carson at (310) 523-9566 and reference the shelter ID #A5029317.

Additionally, please share this story on Facebook or Twitter, so we are closer to finding Whisper a forever home. We have done it before, and can certainly do it again.

6 Responses to "Terrified Chihuahua Surrendered to Kill Shelter, Openly Wept As Her Owner Walked Away"

  1. I just basically ran across DogsReport.

    My Gosh! These stories are terrifying to say the least. Though I'm already a 65 year old woman, I'm still very impressionable about certain things, like cruelty, neglect, inhuman-ness where animals are concerned. No matter the species, or breed. Every animal, young or old, deserve a chance. I guess by now I won't ever see my dream of opening a sanctuary for stray or unwanted furkids materialize.People who work at these kill shelters maybe should find another job; even Government grants, fund raising, though maybe, just maybe, they might be the link for these poor babies to be saved once they arrive there. I don't know! Government funding, private fund raisers, corporate donations...anything! AWARENESS about their plight. My heart breaks for these little babies.

    1. You should talk to Liz at Retrievers and Freinds in Temecula, Murrieta . She run a shelter maybe she have some ideas for you

  2. I would love to adopt this little girl, she would have a sister at my home, but I cannot afford it as I am in Niagara Ontario Canada and the transport is costly. I so hope someone rescues her and she finds the loving home she should have.

  3. Does anyone have a FB link for precious Whispers? Need to know her temperament wibth other canines/felines (of both genders)?

  4. Did she make it out alive? She is adorable.


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