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They call her 'Lucky': Hardly a name for a depressed dog in a high kill shelter

This dog is shutting down; huskies do not do well in shelters. Her future looks dim. Please help her find a safe place.
Jennifer Maldonado

At Carson Shelter in Gardena, California waits a beautiful, blue-eyed Siberian husky. Since July 17, "Lucky" has waited for her family to arrive; no one ever came. A volunteer writes:

"I saw this girl change completely after one night in the shelter. Now she will barely look at people when they walk by. She is a gorgeous lady, and she is giving up. Please take another look at her and share."

Click here for Lucky's PetHarbor listing. Please refer to A4734901 when making inquiries about this dog.

This beautiful dog is nine-years-old, spayed and has been available for adoption since July 26. Everyone is worried about Lucky's future; that is if she has a future. She is reported to be very sweet. Please watch her short video by clicking here, and decide for yourself.

Click here for information on Facebook as volunteers and animal advocates try to raise awareness of Lucky's desperate plight.

Additional information can also be found here.

Please share Lucky's story with your friends, family and coworkers. It only takes a few moments to forward this story to an acquaintance or even a new Facebook friend. Remember, it only takes one person to make that special connection to Lucky and finally bring her home and make her part of the family again.

For information purposes and to get information on the dogs:
Carson Shelter is located in, Gardena, California
216 Victoria Street, Gardena, California

Please call 310.523.9566

Hours of operation are Monday through Thursday from 12:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. On Friday through Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Call the shelter directly for Lucky if you are interested in adopting her. Please help this dog.

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