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Blind, overbred and dumped 10-year-old dog: Needs a soft bed and a soft touch

Here's one dog who deserves a soft bed, a loving hand, and a kind word.
Saving Carson Shelter Dogs

Blinded by cataracts, ears chopped off, grossly overgrown nails and bred to deliver puppies over and over again, this poor dog became expendable when she could no longer produce income for her indifferent and greedy owner.

On July 18, this nameless dog was dropped off at the Carson Animal Care Center. Confused and depressed, she was gently led into her cage, and will be eligible for adoption on Tuesday, July 22.

Sad, and betrayed, it's so difficult to think anyone could be so callous to such a gentle dog; she forgives all humans as she gently licks the fingers of the volunteer who visits with her.

Click here for her PetHarbor listing. Make sure to reference A4735268 when inquiring about her adoption or rescue.

Click here for a Facebook page for animal advocates desperately trying to save this girl from being euthanized. The shelter is overcrowded at this time.

Click here for additional information.

Watch this dog's video, and see how neglected she has been for most of her life. She needs a soft bed, a loving touch, good medical intervention to make her comfortable and some good food. Please share her desperate story with your friends, family and coworkers. It only takes a few moments to pass her story on, and it only takes one person to make that special connection.

This poor dog doesn't seem to have had much luck in her past; let's make her future so much better. What a survivor this dog has become, and after all of this, volunteers say she is still so gentle. Please consider giving her a name and a new life.

Carson Shelter, Gardena, California
216 Victoria Street, Gardena, California

Hours of operation are Monday through Thursday from 12:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. and Friday through Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Watch her video by clicking here. Watch as she desperately tries to figure out where she is and why she is there.

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