3-Month-Old German Shepherd Abandoned At Shelter Cries As Family Leaves Her

 To make matters worse, her family left her at a notorious high-kill shelter.

Animals need love, food, and shelter, a bit like we humans do. One dog thought she’d found all of these things and more when she went home with her family. However, it didn’t end up to be true.

This family abandoned their dog, Sydney, when she was just three months old. Sydney went from a caring home to a cold doghouse at the Carson Animal Shelter in California. She didn’t understand what she did wrong, and she or he started crying when she realized she’d lost her home. The worst part of this heartbreaking story is that the family did not have any specific reasons for giving up the dog. They simply didn’t want her anymore.

Some people haven't any sense of responsibility toward others. Since the family didn’t bother to seem for an adoptive home for Sydney, she now resides at a kill shelter. She faces a harsh fate – unless she will find a loving family to adopt her.

Sydney may be a cute dog; she is polite and good-natured.temperament. NobodyNo one knows how these people can send her away. Sadly, this kind of thing happens too often.often. Consistent with The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, or ASPCA, “Approximately 6.5 million companion animals enter U.S. animal shelters nationwide per annum .” That number is astounding.

There is hope, however. ASPCA reports that approximately 3.2 million pets are adopted each year.annually. The nice and cozy hearts of loving pet owners save almost half the pets who are placed into these shelters. These numbers prove that when it involves helping homeless animals, every act of kindness counts. Thankfully, there’s a cheerful ending to Sydney’s story.

About a week after arriving at the shelter, Sydney was adopted. A rescue organization called Saving Carson Shelter Dogs shared a video from Sydney, which helped to draw attention to her plight.

The rescue team did an incredible job of finding homes for the dogs in danger in this shelter. Thankfully, they were ready to find the right place for Sydney.

While it’s heartbreaking that Sydney lost her first home, we’re so thankful that she found a replacement forever home. If you’d wish to learn more about Saving Carson Shelter Dogs, inspect their Facebook page. If you would like to find out the video of Sydney, check it out below!

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    Unknown August 23, 2021 at 3:52 AM

    I have 2 off the street dogs! Wookie, is a long haired german pointer and is a great hunter, loves the water, she tests my patience at times but she's a keeper. The other dog is a Chihuahua, named Radar, very picky eater. I had both dogs spayed and neutered, all the shots the need to keep them healthy and on a heartworm and anti flea and tick regime, All people adopting should be willing to do the same, if you can't or won't adopt please help out financially...Thanks!

    • Anonymous April 14, 2023 at 12:49 AM

      Of course she did! What kind of people are they?! Put them selves there and murderd them!! Idiots!!

      • Anonymous April 14, 2023 at 4:08 PM

        Let’s hope karma comes to this family in the worst way, they deserve it.

        • Anonymous April 15, 2023 at 6:20 AM

          I believe y'all should refrain from judging other people who you know nothing about. I HAD TO take my mom's cat to our local HS when MOM HAD TO go to a nursing home. It broke my heart, but I had zero other options for housing either of them.


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