Life at the San Bernardino Animal Shelter (SBAS) is no cake walk to say and write the least. Dogs are given quite literally less than a week to find a home before they are placed in the back and then put to sleep to free up kennel space. The shelter doesn’t intend for this to happen, however with overcrowding a major problem, kennel space is very hard to come by and that means that very difficult decisions need to be made.
One dog who knows all about the politics of the SBAS is a loyal Beagle pup by the name of Ferdinand. Ferdinand is a sweet dog, who is as loyal as they come. The chaos, noise, and confusion of shelter life have started to take it’s toll on him, as he struggles to make sense of his new life at the SBAS. A shelter volunteer who wished to remain anonymous for this story says that Ferdinand routinely tucks himself away in a corner, and lets out cries, especially around bed time, still pleading for the owner who mercilessly dumped him at the SBAS to take him back home.
A Petharbor listing for Fernidand reads,
“My Name is Fernidand and I am 1-2 years old. I am available for adoption and would love for you to take a chance on me. Please call the SBAS for more information regarding me.”
If you or someone you know is interested in giving Fernidand the forever home he rightfully deserves, please contact the SBAS at (909) 384-1304, and reference the shelter ID #A497-Fernidand. Additionally, please share this story on Facebook or Twitter, so we are closer to finding Fernidand the forever home he rightfully deserves. We have done it before, and can certainly do it again.
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