The red and white trembling female pit pull named Princess tries to hide in plain daylight because she is so scared of the barking, clanging, and voices of the strangers.
Why is she there? How does anyone explain to a timid, over bred dog, that although she has never done anything wrong, her fate is sealed unless a rescue organization claims her by May 28.
Princess is not listed as adoptable on PetHarbor any longer. Volunteers are not aware of the reason. It is strongly suggested anyone interested in saving this dog, call San Bernardino City Animal Control at (909) 384-1304 and ask for information about animal ID# A465582.
Princess has been at the shelter since May 14, and was confiscated; the reasons have not been explained. Pets can be confiscated for a variety of reasons ranging from not being properly vaccinated to owner arrests.
Please watch Princess' video for a small peek into this dog's current life.
Follow her desperate plight to be rescued on Facebook by clicking here. Humane advocates and animal lovers have been pledging funds to help with her rescue.
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