Update 8/18/14: Someone read the article about Molly and has adopted her from the facility - she is safe!
A beautiful, three-year-old German shepherd named "Molly," has run out of time at the Los Angeles County Animal Care and Control facility in Lancaster, Calif.
Molly has been at the facility since July 25 - for almost a month, she has attempted to make herself comfortable inside of a stark kennel run, without the human companionship that shepherds crave. For a brief time, there was hope for the impounded young dog - an interested adopter indicated that they would be coming to the facility to pull Molly to safety.
Unfortunately, that individual did not show up and Molly is now in danger of being put down - in fact, an extension of time has already been granted on her behalf and it ends on Monday, August 18.
German shepherds are loyal and intelligent dogs who long for the companionship of their guardian - sitting alone in a kennel run without anything, or anyone who is familiar, is undoubtedly hard on this lovely dog.
Please take a moment to network Molly's information, before she is lost forever.
- County of Los Angeles Lancaster facility profile for Molly here
- Identification number A4670287
- Age three years
- Facebook thread for Molly here
- Animal Care Center Dispatch: 661-940-4191
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Thursday 12:00pm – 7:00pm / Friday – Sunday 10:00am – 5:00pm / Holidays: limited hours
- Please direct ALL inquiries about this dog to the facility where she is being held; ask for information about ID# A4670287
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