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The death row dog trembles with fear and is too scared to walk

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The death row dog trembles with fear and is too scared to walk

Every dog and cat deserves a loving family and a chance to live. Unfortunately, pets, young and old, are euthanized in overcrowded shelters due to lack of space.

There are millions of dogs and cats in shelters waiting for someone to pick them. However, some are in the “death corridor” of the shelters. Each of these animals has a specific date at which it must be adopted, if not the shelter euthanasia.

This is Mocha, a one-year-old pit bull, who was abandoned at the Rowan County Animal Shelter in Salisbury, North Carolina. She was abandoned with another dog by her heartless owner, without her being there for anything. The shelter set a date of November 1 for Mocha and if it was not adopted by then, it would be euthanized.

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The terrified puppy trembled with fear in his crate and potential adopters passed by him. She arrived covered in fleas and paralyzed by fear. One of the shelter’s volunteers, Albina Albiie Chanel, wanted to show Mocha that not all humans are bad. She was heartbroken by Mocha’s condition and wanted to give her a chance to find a family. open next page to seeMoredogs

 

 

 


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