Thursday, October 27, 2016

Found: White poodle mix in Garvanza

poodleSubmitted by Cynthia G

We found this lovely young white poodle mix and she is now at the Pasadena Humane Society under A330696. I do believe she has an owner that might be missing her. I hope you’re reading this right now!

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  1. It really bugs me when people think they’re doing the right thing by taking a lost animal to a shelter. Most shelters are high kill and kill dogs and cats for space and time, no matter how much anyone thinks they don’t. This is true especially of the shelters who claim they don’t. Those who deliver lost dogs to shelters may think they’re helping, but it only raises the chances of the dog getting killed. Those animals have a better on the streets than with that kind of help. Unless those who find lost dogs are willing to take them in until the owner shows up or re-home the dogs themselves, just leave them where they are.

  2. Wendy, a serious animal rescuer KNOWS to take the dog to the local shelter as that is THE FIRST PLACE a responsible pet owner will go to look for their dog after combing their neighborhood. A serious animal rescue person takes the animal to the shelter, puts their name down as first rights on the animal which gives them the first chance to pull the animal out the first hour the shelter is open on the day it becomes available the shelter. That insures that the animal is not killed by the shelter, if the owner does not look for it. A serious animal rescue person, after taking the animal to the shelter and putting first rights on it THEN posts it on FB, neighborhood blogs, Craigslist and puts up flyers in the area. Then, if the owners haven’t shown up and the day arrives that the animal is able to be adopted the serious animal rescuer goes to the shelter the first hour of that day the shelter is open and pulls/adopts the animal and THEN finds a home for it.

    Truly, the first place the animal should go should be the local shelter. If whoever found my boy had done the right thing, he would be sitting next to me now. Please learn from this.

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