Her owner gathered all of her toys into the bag and mercilessly surrendered 5 months old pup to shelter


For a 5 months old unnamed poor dog, the days don’t seem like they will get any easier. Her owner didn’t want her anymore, and so she gathered all of her toys, and her beloved dog bed, loaded her into a car, and mercilessly surrendered her to the Lancaster Animal Care Center.

This young girl was dumped by P.O.S. When asked her names, the owner replied, "I didn't name her". Tells you what she thought of her and explains why she's so terrified in the shelter. She's only 5 months old.

I don't have a name yet and I'm an approximately 5 months old female maltese. I am not yet spayed. I have been at the Lancaster Animal Care Center since July 24, 2018

The Lancaster Animal Care Center, is not the place where hopes and dreams are made of, to say and write the least. The cash-strapped, city-funded shelter grapples with overcrowding. As the increasing demand for kennel space grows with each passing day, Lancaster Animal Care Center is forced to make “hard decisions,” to maintain population control, using euthanasia as a “tool,” to free up “valuable space,” according to my source embedded at the shelter.

We are NOT the City Shelter to where pictures were taken. FOR MORE INFO ON THIS PET please contact:
Lancaster Animal Care Center
5210 West Avenue I, Lancaster, CA 93536
(661) 940-4191
Ask for information about animal ID number A5203346

Fidonation, if you or someone you know is interested in giving this pup the forever family he rightfully deserves, please contact the Lancaster Animal Care Center, and reference the shelter ID #A5203346

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14 Responses to "Her owner gathered all of her toys into the bag and mercilessly surrendered 5 months old pup to shelter"

  1. She's going to find a loving home faster than you can say POS owner.

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    1. Im with ya there......dog people or no people

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  3. I have 3 dogs and could never do that. It just breaks your heart.

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  4. I wish! I live in New Hampshire and I have no way of getting her. People suck!

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  5. I wish! I live in New Hampshire and I have no way of getting her. People suck!

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  6. #A5203346 - ADOPTED 7/30/2018

    https://www.facebook.com/networkinglancastershelterdogs/photos/a.2114420828794255.1073741859.1860072520895755/2191804404389230/?type=3&theater

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  7. if you can get her to Arkansas i will take her

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  8. just saw she was ADOPTED yesterday

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  9. Imagine if this was your view. Day in and day out people would come by and stand in front of your cage and stare at you. They would tell you to sshhh if you barked. They would laugh if you ran around frantically. Some would cry if you looked sad. Imagine people reading the info on your cage and just moving on. Imagine being on display like furniture in a storefront. Can you imagine?

    Dogs that are in a shelter cage can feel scared and vulnerable. They often times are anxious and depressed. When looking for a forever family member please take all of this into consideration. Spend time with the dogs outside of their cages. Choose based on your time together...not on what you see through those bars. Shelter life is not real life. Cages can make the gentlest soul appear "crazy" or "aggressive" simply because he is scared.

    When visiting a shelter or a pound please be aware of the broken hearts in those cages. Show them respect. If a particular dog acts up when you are in front of his cage please move on. He doesn't want to be on display and has nowhere to hide. Teach your children not to taunt the dogs by running or jumping around. This always leads to more chaos and stress for all.

    Shelter dogs had families at one time just like you and I. Each of them has had their lives turned upside down through no fault of their own. Imagine being let down by humans over and over.
    Put yourself in their place. Try to imagine.�� #adoptdontshop
    Please share this so everyone is aware.....

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    1. This is wise information . The public needs to be EDUCATED so so so badly ! Please find ways to do this on a larger scale.
      Those of us in the rescue world need all the help we can get. Dogs are so often returned to the shelter for no good reason except that the adopter was not well educated on what to expect after adoption .

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  10. Someone please help this poor girl .... uk

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