The other two dogs, “Angel” and “Ginger” are still at the shelter and are both doing fine. Angel is currently up for adoption. Ginger is in need of a foster home.
The three dogs, Angel, Becky and Ginger, had belonged to Arena’s brother who passed away suddenly in February of this year.
On Aug. 21, Animal Shelter staff located a posting on Craigslist from Aug. 8 from an unidentified person in Freshwater who stated that their neighbor is/was moving to the East Coast and had three dogs that he could not keep. There were photos of the dogs on the Craigslist posting and they are the same dogs as those brought into the shelter.
Raw from the Sheriff’s Office/Animal Control: On Tuesday, April 23, 2013 at approximately 1845 hrs. the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office received a report of two dogs left beside the roadway in Vari-Kennels in the area of Dows Prairie Road and Blake Road in Mckinleyville. A deputy responded and located the dogs, a neutered 8 year…
Shelter staff recalls seeing a posting on Craigslist within the past week where someone was trying to re-home two dogs that closely match the descriptions of the abandoned dogs, however the posting has been removed.
I contacted the owner of the attacking dog, sent her the $61.16 veterinary bill that same day and I have yet to hear back from her.
The need goes on at CAF. Those wishing to help can bring any donations to the store or donate online at cafanimals.org/donate. (707) 826-7387, 88 Sunny Brae Center.
It is unclear exactly how long the puppies had been at that location. A citizen who was in the shelter when the puppies were brought in stated that she thought she had seen the tote sitting there the previous day as she was traveling on U.S. Highway 101.
Chica and Button Companion Animal Foundation has little dogs that are up for adoption! Chica is a Chihuahua mix female and is approximately 12 weeks old. She is playful and loves to be the center of attention! Button is a mixed male who is approximately 11 weeks. He also is extremely playful. They both get along…
Game Warden Mark Michilizzi said the suspect(s) not only violated bag limits – set by the state Fish & Wildlife Commission – but also committed “waste of game,” an unethical hunting practice.