UPDATE: Lola has been rescued. On Friday, Lola is at the airport ready to fly to Kentucky where she will have a second chance. Good luck Lola and have a great life. Many thanks to everyone for sharing her story. Sharing saves lives.
The Animal Recovery Mission organization is hoping to find a one-year-old female brown Catahoula Leopard hound mix a home by the end of Tuesday. The starved and tortured young dog was lucky enough to have escaped from an illegal slaughter farm in Miami currently under investigation.
Now named Lola, the friendly dog who is reported to get along well with other dogs, is being held at Animal Services of Miami-Dade for a day while volunteers try to arrange a safe home for her.
Animal Recovery Mission has volunteered to pay for Lola's initial medical expenses and transportation. The organization prefers Lola be adopted to a safe home where she will finally be given the life she deserves.
If inquiring at the shelter at Miami-Dade, please refer to A1627918.
The Animal Recovery Mission (ARM), is an investigative animal welfare organization developed in 2010 by Richard Couto. The organization has been instrumental in the discovery and prosecution of illegal animal slaughter farm operators and the black market trade of horse meat.
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