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Surrendered and betrayed: Jacqueline shivers in her shelter hoping for a home

Jacqueline just watches hoping someone will come and rescue her.
Jacqueline just watches hoping someone will come and rescue her.
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UPDATE: Unbelievable story of this dog whose real name is Molly. She has been missing for over a year after her owner died. The brother took care of Molly, but one day Molly escaped. It wasn't until someone noticed Jacqueline's photo, and although it was a long shot went to the shelter. At the dog's kennel, Jacqueline (Molly) recognized her family, barked three times as she had been taught (to say 'I Love You') and the rest is history.

Thank you everyone for sharing this dog's story. What a difference social media makes!

Jacqueline is barely a year old, but her entire world encompasses one of sadness and fear. Another surrendered dog because her owner told the San Bernardino City Animal Control, the new superintendent won't allow dogs.

"Maybe if I push my face way out into the walkway and trip someone with my paw, my new human will open this cage and swoop me into his arms," Jacqueline seems to be saying if dogs could only talk.

Jacqueline is a pit bull mix, and has been described by volunteers as extremely sweet and very dog friendly. She pays no attention to other dogs.

Interested in meeting the young and beautiful Jacqueline? Please ask for ID# A465721. Her due date out is May 23.

Follow Jacqueline's Facebook thread by clicking here.

San Bernardino City Animal Control is located at 333 Chandler Place
San Bernardino, CA 92408 Please call (909) 384-1304.

(There has been some confusion between another surrendered dog named Sammy.) Please note Sammy's ID# is A465753. Read Sammy's story by clicking here.

Please share the stories of both Jacqueline and Sammy to your friends, family, and coworkers. There is no better reward than to edit these articles with the word "SAVED."

Sharing saves lives.

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