When the chain link door closed, cold reality sank in: Electra’s family was leaving her here at this strange, scary shelter, and they were not coming back for her.
Fortunately, the video of her heart-wrenching reaction went viral and she was quickly adopted. But this is the fate millions of animals face every year when they are brought into shelters. Most will never leave alive, because no one will come from them.
ADOPTED ELECTRA IS AVAILABLE NOW FOR PUBLIC ADOPTION. PLEASE KEEP SHARINGELECTRA REPRESENTS THE FACE OS SADNESS AND REALITY IN THE SHELTERS. SOMETIMES I WOULD LIKE TO UNDERSTAND OWNERS SURRENDERING THEIR ANIMALS AND I DON’T LIKE TO JUDGE THEM BUT WHEN YOU SEE HOW THE DOGS COME TO THE RECEIVING DEPARTMENT WITH THEIR HAPPY FACES AND THEY STAND ALL PROUD I JUST CAN’T UNDERSTAND.. (I’M SPEAKING IN GENERAL, NOT SURE IF SHE WAS FOUND AS STRAY OR SHE WAS AN OWNER SURRENDERED) ELECTRA IS AVAILABLE NOW FOR PUBLIC ADOPTION. HOPEFULLY SHE CAN LEAVES SOON. PLEASE SHARE SO PEOPLE KNOW SHE IS THERE. ELECTRAPIT BULL TERRIER MIXAGE (APPROXIMATE): 4 YEARSSEX FEMALECOLOR BLU/WHTAVAILABLE ON:(SUBJECT TO CHANGE) MAY 20, 2017RESCUE DATE:(SUBJECT TO CHANGE) MAY 30, 2017CONTROL NUMBER: #I1272440HTTP://IVHSANIMALS.ORG/#/ANIMAL/978566THE SHELTER DOES NOT DISCLOSE UPDATES TO ME AFTER THE DOGS ARE NO LONGER IN THEIR CARE. PLEASE CONTACT THEM FOR ANY INFORMATION AND/OR UPDATES. ADOPTIONS HAVE TO BE MADE IN PERSON. POTENTIAL ADOPTERS HAVE TO BRING THEIR OTHER DOGS (IF ANY) FOR A MEET AND GREET. IM ONLY A NET-WORKER THEREFORE, I DO NOT HAVE PULLING RIGHTS. I NAME THE DOGS FOR MY PERSONAL REFERENCES, THE SHELTER DOESN’T KNOW THOSE NAMES SO ALWAYS MAKE SURE TO ASK FOR A DOG BY THEIR CONTROL NUMBER NOT BY THEIR NAME TO AVOID CONFUSION.INLAND VALLEY HUMANE SOCIETYPOMONA CA909 623-9777VIDEO THREAD HTTPS://WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/PHOTO.PHP?FBID=1839944282992583&SET=A.1454924388161243.1073741829.100009310861488&TYPE=3&THEATER
POSTED BY DOLORES MENCHAKA ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 2017
But maybe you will. Maybe you’ll be the person who saves a life today. Even if you can’t adopt, consider fostering. Taking home one dog or cat temporarily frees up enough space to save another. Hundreds of animals find homes every day through fostering and networking.
Electra was brought to the Inland Valley Humane Society & SPCA in California, and was then sent to stay with foster mom Adriane Silvano. She immediately fell for this blue gal’s expressive face and decided to make it official.
“The first time I saw her – aw! – I just fell in love with her, and I knew it was going to be a foster failure,” Silvano told Fox8.
Now she’s all smiles, wags, and smooches. Save an Electra by going to your local shelter today!
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