There was dead silence on the other end of the phone. “One dog is enough, isn’t it? Tommy is enough, isn’t he?”
“Yes, yes. I brought them to the Pasadena Humane Society.”
At some point I’ll tell the full story of how I stumbled upon and caught these dogs...
But there’s no time for that now. Now I need to get down to business.
The dogs have 5 days to be claimed by an owner. If no one claims them after 5 days they are available for adoption.
How long will the dogs remain up for adoption before being killed? That depends on 3 things: temperament, health, and how much space is available at the shelter.
I filled out a form with some checkboxes. One of them said this:
“I understand that this animal may be euthanized and that I will not be notified.”
I didn’t check it. Instead I met with an adoption counselor and I signed up for “last resort” status.
If all else fails, they will call me before killing each of the dogs. I will then have the option of adopting him...
|This is Petie. He just wants to be one of the gang. Show him a little kindness and he will shower you with love and adoration.|
|This is Elsa. She has the beauty and reserved nature of a lion.|
Elsa is in love with Petie. (Can you blame her? Look at that face!) I'm in love with both of them.
Here's Petie's info: A291038
Here's Elsa's info: A291039
Please spread the word.