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A Dog’s Broken Heart After Her Owner Surrendered Her To Shelter

Long Beach, CA – They say a picture is worth 1000 words and that is certainly the case for a dog named Pink whose despair is painfully clear in her lonesome kennel run at the Long Beach Animal Care Services.

Pink was surrendered to the busy animal shelter on February 16 and her heartbreak is clear.

Head down…drooling, collapsed on the floor in fear and despair – Pink’s pitiful situation is not unique. Most dogs feel the same way when they lose their home and their family – the loss is overwhelming.

The impact our throw away society has on unwanted pets is immense. The pet surrendered because of a move, “allergies,” or no time often does not make it out of the shelter alive.

It is clear that Pink is struggling. Please help her find a home by sharing her adoption information.

Adoption profile here

ID# A715116
Located At: Long Beach Animal Care Services
Description: Shelter staff named me Pink.
I am a female and I appear to be a Pit Bull Terrier mix.
Age: The shelter staff think I am about 3 years old.
More Info: I have been at the shelter since Feb 16, 2024.

Shelter information
Location: Long Beach Animal Care Services
Website: www.longbeach.gov/acs
Phone Number: (562) 570-7387
Address: 7700 East Spring Street
Long Beach, CA 90815
Extra Information: Email: animalcare@longbeach.gov

Note: Please contact the shelter directly for all inquiries about this dog. Animal Victory has no affiliation with this shelter or this dog.


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12 COMMENTS

  1. If travel arrangements can be made and she’s allowed to come over to Scotland in the UK then I will more than gladly have her

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  2. what a shame. i love when people say to me it’s just a dog. i want to smack them in the mouth. and your just an asshole. you look at a picture like this and your heart just breaks. this dog who i am sure did nothing wrong suffers like many at the hands of a clueless human. they treat these animals like they feel nothing, when in fact they feel everything. just look at pink, her expression says it all. i hope she finds someone to love her for life.

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  3. Can someone who lives over there please adopt this beautiful dog how sad to see them locked up in a cage day in and day out with no one to love them. Dogs are a man’s best friend and give unconditional love unlike most people please have compassion and someone please adopt this precious dog. 🙏🏻💔🐾

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  4. There has got 2 be one loving family out there in that big state that has room in there heart and home 4 this poor baby. PLEASE step up and ne that person🙏🙏

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  5. They didn’t dump Pink on the streets to be picked up by dogfighters or other scumbags, so at least there’s that. Long Beach is supposed to be one of the better “shelters,” but they still are primarily a business run by an extremely wealthy few. That creates a lot of comfort, with no urgent need to really make changes to the overpopulation situation. I hope and pray for Pink to get her real person or family at last and have the wonderful secure life all dogs deserve. To hell with all dog breeders.

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  6. Poor, sweet baby. Yes, we do live in a throw away society and it’s disgusting. A pet is a life long commitment. If you aren’t able to make that commitment, then DON’T get a dog or any other pet!!

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  7. I’m so very very sorry to see her like this. My heart is breaking. Although I live in Massachusetts, please please love her hug her and give her kisses for me.❤️🫂🙏💔💔

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