Wednesday, December 16, 2015

12 DOGS -- CONFISCATED!!!

WE NEED YOUR HELP, PLEASE READ AND THEN SPREAD THE WORD

On December 1st, 2015 the Municipal Police of Tijuana responded to a call in one of the most notorious slums of downtown Tijuana. A woman was arrested on various charges. In the room where she resided there were a total of 12 dogs living in frightful conditions. The police confiscated the dogs, calling Animal Control to take them away and have them all euthanized.

These unfortunate events were relayed to one of our contacts. After our past collaboration in the rehabilitation of 31 confiscated animals and the outstanding results, government officials were open to another collaboration.

Through a formal document, HSTJ has offered to provide these animals with grooming services, free sterilization for all 6 males and all 6 females, as well as veterinary care and medications. In return, we request a guarrantee that these dogs will not be euthanized immediately, and will be given sufficient time in which to be adopted. They will remain at Animal Control until they are adopted.

As of right now, all 12 have been sterilized and groomed. They have all been seen by a veterinarian and are slowly regaining their health and putting on weight. But they are still staying at the dog pound. 
Please remember that if they are not adopted, they will inevitably be killed. That is why it is so important to spread the word right now!! We have to get them out of there!!!

We make an urgent plea: PLEASE CONSIDER HELPING, FOSTERING OR ADOPTING ONE OF THESE WONDERFUL DOGS.

If you decide to do so these dogs will experience love, affection and the warmth of a home --something they had never felt before. In addition, you will gain the company of someone who will be eternally grateful, and the unwavering loyalty of a wonderful friend.



Pictured above is a before and after shot of one of these doggies. To see pictures of the rest of them, click HERE We will be uploading more pictures and complete profiles as they become available.

Please share with anyone you think might be able to help. On this side volunteers are working non stop trying to find them fosters/adopters locally as well. The clock is ticking for these babies.

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN HELPING, FOSTERING OR ADOPTING ONE OF THESE DOGS, PLEASE CALL HSTJ VOLUNTEER, CINDY: (602)488-4305

IMPORTANT UPDATE:
AS OF JANUARY 10th, ALL OF THESE DOGS HAVE BEEN ADOPTED AND NONE ARE LEFT AT THE POUND. THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR HELP IN MAKING THIS HAPPEN. And a very special Thank You to Jessica S.