On 10 August, Shell Lewis writes:
Very little information.
This STRAY dog is at Chicago Animal Care/Control.
Name: None (I'll name once I find out gender)
Intakes: I'm picking her up Monday morning 8/13.
Gender/Vetting: She's so matted they "think" it's a female,
but they're unsure. CACC doesn't do assessments,
but I do know she's friendly so I'm taking her (or him).
I'm quarantining her/him for 10 days at Autumn Green in Geneva
and then she'll go to a foster home by me (TBD).
(It's gonna cost a small fortune in shampoo to get
this poor girl/boy back to normal;
any donations would be GREATLY appreciated!)
That poor dog! It makes me sick to think about what s/he has endured.
Thanks for helping her out, Shell.
Oh my God! That poor, poor baby!
Poor Anonymous [Ashleigh] - lucky for her/him CRUSA's here!
Oh my! That is terrible.
THAT pup must have never had decent food or love or been walked
or hugged. Well, little one, life is going to change pronto!
Oh My DOG! That poor wee soul . . . thank Dog for CRUSA.
OMG! So happy you found him/her! Poor baby!
What an awful state. It must have been a stray for a long time,
poor thing. CRUSA has it now. Life will be better.
Jesus, Joseph and Holy Mary . . . thank you Shell.
How can anyone let a dog get into that condition.
Thank goodness now life is looking up for this poor soul.