For four incredibly long, lonely months, a puppy named "Brittney," has managed to skirt death at the South Los Angeles, Calif., Animal Care and Control.
No one is certain if it is Brittney's endearing personality, her striking good looks, or pure luck which has kept her alive. Regardless, after four months behind bars, it is apparent that she needs a helping hand if she is to walk free from the facility.
The following touching words were shared about Brittney by a woman who met her not long ago:
She is amazing. She sits but all that she wants is love. She tries to press herself against the bars to get closer to me. I put my hand today through the big hole and she latched into me with both her paws and laid her head on my hand and just stayed there.
A video was taken of sweet Brittney - even though she is behind bars, her gentleness and desire to give, and receive, love are apparent. Click here to view.
Please take a moment to network Brittney's information. She is just a puppy and has already spent far too much of her young life locked behind bars.
- Adopt A Pet profile here
- ID# A1353028
- Breed- Am Staff mix
- Weight - approx 28 pounds
- Shelter: South Los Angeles Animal Care and Control,
3612 11th Avenue,
Los Angeles, CA 90018 (Care Center)
- Animal control phone 888-4LAPET1 or 888-452-7381
Facebook thread here.
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