Bunny is a female Rottie mix who was picked up as a stray near the glass plant and has not been reclaimed at the Sapulpa Animal Shelter. This poor girl looks rough, like she was badly neglected in her previous life. She looks to have recently weaned puppies, possibly dumped by owners after doing so. She was VERY scared when she first arrived at the shelter. Yesterday, I was able to easily get her on a leash and take her outside for photos. She is definitely a little unsure but responded positively to kind attention! She accepted treats in a gentle way and showed no aggression toward me at all.
The shelter is very crowded right now, and dogs are at risk of euthanasia this week. Bunny is at the top of the list because of her scared behavior. I do think she has great potential, but she needs a patient adopter or foster who can show her love, kindness and a good doggie life. Foster to adopt is also an option for her, as she still needs to be spayed and complete her vaccinations.
If you are interested in helping Bunny, please visit her at the Sapulpa Animal Shelter, 515 E. Fife Ave., from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 8 a.m. to noon Friday. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request an application to foster.
All available pets through Sapulpa Furry Friends can be viewed here.
Angela Ewers/Sapulpa Furry Friends