My name is Ariel. I used to live with my family until I was abandoned on the street near Compton and left to fend for myself. I was found cowering behind a dumpster, shaking in fear. Some scary people in uniforms captured me and threw me in a cold metal cage. I was so emaciated you could see my ribs. Overcrowding due to 4th of July meant I was put on death row very quickly after my arrival. Voice For The Animals stepped in and gave her a second chance at life. I am a very resilient dog. I like to play and relax on the couch. My foster calls me "low maintenance" and says I would make a great lap dog.
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