Her Owner Tied Her To A Sanctuary Entrance Drove Away, And The Dog Can Only Wait


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RSPCA Woodside Animal Facility staff members arrived at job one early morning to see a dog tied to the front entrance. They really did not recognize how long she had actually existed, but the dog sure was happy to see someone.

” She was stood with her head pushed through the bars of the gate, her ears back with these big, brown puppy dog eyes,” claimed a spokeswoman from the RSPCA Woodside Pet Facility in a news release.

Misty’s rib were showing, and she was suffering from a skin condition and had some cuts on her nose. However shelter workers were happy that she was currently someplace safe and can leave that rough, neglected life behind her.

They found that Misty was microchipped, yet she ‘d been rehomed numerous years ago. And currently here she was abandoned outside of a shelter.

Deserting an animal, even beyond a shelter, is never the answer. However Misty gets on her method to a much better life. The RSPCA is hoping the general public can help with their investigation.

Once the wonderful girl prepares, she’ll be set up for fostering. In the meantime, Misty is recovering and relaxing and enjoying this new life in which she’ll never ever have to worry about being deserted again!

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