Cottageville, WV – For a week, advocates have pleaded for someone to rescue Sarah from a small animal control facility.
Despite multiple requests for help – she has had no interest.
Zero – nothing – nada.
If no interest is shown – she will be killed.
Killed though she is sweet.
Killed though she is friendly.
Killed though she talks – even to strangers.
The facility which Sarah is located at has only 12 runs – it is constantly full, which means that there are always dogs at risk due to space constraints.
Stats on Sarah:
- Approximately 6 yrs of age
- 30 lbs
- ID # 20833656
Located at the Jackson County Animal Shelter
Sarah came to this facility as a stray – she was weary from her time alone. At the shelter she has enjoyed good food and is feeling good once again.
But if nobody speaks up for her – now – it won’t matter if she feels good or not.
She has such a beautiful smile – so much softness and hope in her eyes. Please take a moment to help her.
I know that these pleas to save a life can make one grow weary – until the day that there are no more animals dying at facilities, it is a burden we must embrace.
If it is too much – turn away – but for those who do turn away, realize that those in need of help will not go away just because you did.
Sarah’s Petfinder profile can be read at this link.
Those wishing to help her are asked to let Dreama at JCASgroupemail@example.com
Or call 304-372-6064
Those advocating for Sarah have indicated that she will die in the morning if nobody speaks up to offer her a home or rescue.
Time is of the essence.
From the woman who pleaded with me to share her story,
May the sky tomorrow night NOT have her shining star shining on us from above
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