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Elderly girl has a microchip, but her family never came to shelter to get her

 On October 18, an elderly girl was taken in at a busy California animal control agency. The 12-year-old dog, named Kitty, features a microchip, but her family never came to urge her.


Her advocate writes:



Quiet granny, happy and wiggly and loves treats. Arrived as a stray with a microchip, but nobody ever came for her.


Saving Kitty

Kitty stands little chance of being adopted if nobody knows that she is there…elderly, black dogs aren't the sort of pets that adopters typically hunt down . Please help this senior girl find a replacement family by sharing her adoption information.


Adoption profile here.




 

KITTY – ID#A1048472


My name is Kitty and that i am a spayed female, gray and white Mixed breed.


The shelter thinks i'm about 12 years old.

I weigh approximately 51 pounds.


I have been at the shelter since Oct 18, 2020.


For more information about this animal, call:

Los Angeles Animal Services – East Valley Shelter at (888) 452-7381

Ask for information about animal ID number A1048472

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