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(CBS 21 Harrisburg)   It's been seven years and this good boy is still looking for a forever home   (local21news.com) divider line
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2021-04-12 4:32:37 AM  
If I could I would.
 
2021-04-12 9:43:20 AM  
Stories like this make me so sad.

Our little girl was abandoned miles from civilization and did not trust people at all. It took some time but nowadays she won't leave our side and doesn't even leave the house unless we're with her (probably thinks she might be abandoned again).

I hope someone adopts Mica soon. More likely than not that once trust-issues are resolved she'll be like our little girl.

And by "little" I mean 80 lbs. worth of German Shepherd.
 
2021-04-12 1:14:36 PM  
While a bit unfortunate, I've known dogs and cats who've had really good lives being unofficial shelter mascots.
 
2021-04-12 3:25:06 PM  
He already has trust issues and he's been there 7 years. Leave him be and make him the official "shelter dog". He would probably be a lot less stressed than leaving with strangers.
 
2021-04-12 4:27:48 PM  

silvervial: He already has trust issues and he's been there 7 years. Leave him be and make him the official "shelter dog". He would probably be a lot less stressed than leaving with strangers.


/\ THIS.  To him he has a home.  Anything else will traumatize him again and perhaps to a greater extent. But i am sure the shelter knows this. At least I would hope so
 
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