Mora, who has been described as a "joyful spirit," had a home not long ago, but she was surrendered when her former family packed their bags and moved. Instead of acclimating to a new home, this beautiful girl has had to adjust to a noisy, lonely kennel run at a busy, high-intake animal control facility in California.
Since June 6, this five-year-old Staffordshire bull terrier mix has been at the Los Angeles County Animal Care and Control facility in Baldwin Park, Calif. During the weeks of her stay, she has aced a temperament test and endeared herself to volunteers. When taken out of her kennel run, Mora was observed to be attentive and receptive to taking direction.
Mora's body indicates that she was bred time and again by her former owners - volunteers are hoping that Mora will have the opportunity to join a home where she can enjoy the comforts of being an indoor, pampered "baby," instead of the dog who produced babies.
Please take a moment to network Mora's information - her time at the facility is limited and dogs housed here are frequently put down.
Information for Mora:
- Petharbor link for Mora here
- MORA - ID#A4718298
- Los Angeles County Animal Control - Baldwin Park at (626) 962-3577
- Facebook thread here
- Please direct all inquiries about this dog to the facility; ask for information about animal ID number A4718298
- Age 5 years, weight 69 pounds
- Passed shelter administered temperament test and has been observed to be non-reactive to other dogs
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