This girl was found with a rope around her neck in the middle of nowhere. A kind animal lover took her to a nearby shelter in hopes of finding her family. When no one came to claim her, GSROC was contacted for help. Our volunteer spent her Saturday battling heavy traffic to spring her from that shelter.
She is now safely in the GSROC lifeboat. Candee is a bit shy and uncertain at first, but who can blame her? Abandoned, alone, then landing in a shelter – this poor girl doesn’t know what tomorrow may bring! GSROC has promised to find her a loving home.
As we get to know her, we will update her bio, so please check back for updates.
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