Before this matter could be investigated further, yet another suspicious story has emerged from this shelter.
A local rescuer attempted to save two dogs yesterday at the San Bernadino City Animal Control and the two dogs have disappeared.
An American Pit Bull Examiner supporter reached out in distress, "this is the info I have & find criminal on 2 dogs that were killed when a rescue wanted them. This rescue called to adopt the dogs over the phone but was told they were too busy at the time & to call back in the morning. The dogs were killed the next morning."
Our reader contacted the rescuer to try and get more information.
In the rescuer's own words, "Its too late for Bree and Coal. I asked shelter staff to adopt yesterday but she was too busy so I had Karol go yesterday evening but they cut her off at 4:15."
"Wouldn't let her adopt anyone else (was able to get Diego). I begged shelter staff to do it but she said to call this morning. I called this morning and told them puller was on the way. Karol got there at 10:00 and coal and Bree were already gone. Im so upset....why are they in such a hurry."
The American Pit Bull Examiner and others are concerned about the welfare of innocent animals at this facility. Only yesterday, the incident concerning an abused dog at this shelter came to light. Today, it's discovered that good rescuers are being turned away from saving good dogs.
How many other animals' lives are in jeopardy at this facility? Have the directors of San Bernadino City Animal Control forgotten they are hired by taxpayers to care for the city's animals?
Bree and Coal are dead and all that's left are the questions of a rightly concerned rescuer. "Yes, I didn't understand it. I begged her to do the adoption over the phone but by then it was 4:45 and she just replied ....call in the morning."
"That was it. I understand everyone in the world is texting her and it gets overwhelming but I knew it would be a death sentence..I dont know why they cut Karol off either?? She was able to adopt Diego and then they cut her off? Something is not right but I don't know what to do about it and its too late now..."
Facebook pages have been created for Bree and Coal whose lives were unfairly taken much too early…their only crime? Winding up at San Bernadino City Animal Control.
Bree's FB link
Coal's FB link
Please let your thoughts be known about happenings at San Bernadino City ACC. Comment below this article and please email the supervisors who've been appointed to serve the citizens of San Bernadino County:
This facility has no specific email address to enable the public it serves a means of communicating. That in itself is suspect.
There is no Facebook page for this facility. Perhaps this institution has managed to fly below the radar thus far, but from now on the American Pit Bull will be watching. Please send all updates and information about any San Bernadino animal in distress to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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