Anonymous Drop-Off Kennels
Most fur parents who have no choice but to give up their fur babies to animal shelters feel ashamed and sad when they do so. Some of them can’t bear to see the sad eyes of the shelter staff and the confused expression of their pups. Thankfully, some shelters have made arrangements to provide anonymous drop-off kennels where pet owners can leave their pets without anyone around .
An animal shelter located in Wildomar, California, called Animal Friends of the Valley, have arranged a secured place called ‘night drop’ in their shelter. Most of the pups being surrendered in the night drop have some kind of problem.
A Pink Dalmatian
This time, shelter staff were surprised to see a pink dog with her brother in the night drop. Though they called the pup the ‘Pink Dalmatian,’ the dog is actually a boxer as is her brother. The pink 10-month-old, and her brother, 2 years old, both suffer from the common infestation of the skin by tiny, eight-legged mites, a treatable condition called demodex mange. It causes hair loss and pain, and can usually be cured with good treatment.
The boxers responded well to the treatment and recovered. Afterwards both dogs got selected to be taken care of by Last Chance at Life – All Breed Rescue and Adoptions, to find them a loving forever home. Despite their sadness to be abandoned and Pearl’s defness, they were gentle, friendly and playful. The staff said the siblings knew very quickly that their rescuers where their friends and there to help them. According to the staff they did amazingly well.
Heartwarming Road Caught Attention
Both of them found a new loving home.Their heartwarming road to recovery got featured in People Magazine. Unfortunately, Pearl’s new fur parent got sick and couldn’t take care of her, so she was brought back to Last Chance at Life Rescue. But Pearl eventually got welcomed into another permanent forever home. The boxer siblings had a bumpy road , but they are now living happily with their new, loving families.