Imagine the fear and confusion this tiny 12-pound Pomeranian dog must be feeling as she struggles to understand why she sits alone in a cage at a Los Angeles animal shelter. Sadly this ten-year-old angel was just another senior dog; dumped and most likely replaced by a younger model.
At this time, A1442842, has been placed in the medical room. This cream colored cutie is in need of dental work and is reported to be losing her vision. She is spayed and eats wet food.
Funds are currently being raised to help with her medical needs and placement. Approved rescues, foster homes, or the right person to bring her home and give her the best "golden years" would make this little one's perfect holiday gift.
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