Moreno Valley, CA – A gorgeous German shepherd, still a pup at just over a year of age, has days to live at an overcrowded animal shelter in Moreno Valley. Shelter staff has named the young shepherd Karrie, and it is noted that she is “very sweet,” and has shown no signs of aggression towards other dogs.
Karrie was picked up as a stray on May 25, and in the weeks that have passed, nobody has come forward to claim her. Sadly, nobody has shown interest in rescuing or adopting her either.
An advocate writes of the danger that Karrie is in:
EXTREMELY URGENT * – This Moreno Valley, CA dog only has until 12:00 on Saturday, July 22 before they’re put to sleep – They’ve been there since May
Outlining the dire situation at the animal shelter facility:
The shelter is overcrowded with more than 200 pets – Euthanasias are now happening each day
Karrie is stunningly beautiful, young, friendly, and good with other dogs, yet she may be killed in just a few days through absolutely no fault of her own. Urgent help is needed in order to save this gorgeous shepherd’s life.
How can you help? Share this article, with Karrie’s adoption information, on social media. Networking is known to save lives! Someone out there is looking for a companion and Karrie may be the perfect dog for them.
Karrie’s adoption profile here.
Located At: Moreno Valley Animal Shelter
Description: Shelter staff named me Karrie and I am a female, sable and tan German Shepherd Dog.
Age: The shelter staff think I am about 1 year and 2 months old.
Weight: I weigh approximately 48.08 lbs.
More Info: I have been at the shelter since May 25, 2023 and I am available for adoption now!
Send pull requests before 7:00 AM to: firstname.lastname@example.org and call 951-413-3790 before deadline to save Karrie’s life.
Note: You must contact the shelter directly for all inquiries about this dog. Animal Victory is NOT the point of contact and has no affiliation with this dog, or this shelter facility. Thank you.