Lily is such a sweet girl! This approximately one-year-old Presa-Mastiff mix has the unfortunate attribute of being “brindle” patterned. Brindle dogs are like black shelter dogs in Georgia. There are so many, that adopters look past them all. Fortunately, sweet Lily is out of the death row crate in which the Coweta County Animal Control shelter in Georgia had placed her. She is on her way to a new life now. And, to a place where there aren’t so many brindle girls, so that she will stand out in the crowd and be truly appreciated.
Lily is one of 20 dogs who took part in the incredible “Underdogs Railroad Shuffle Off to Buffalo” transport on December 8th and 9th. The dogs were pulled from a high-kill shelter in Georgia, where volunteers got them vetted and provided temporary boarding. RADAR paid for the dogs’ transport to Buffalo, New York, where LotsaDogs Rescue received them and took them on the last leg of their long journey to Whitby, Ontario. Click here to view all of the transport photos.
UPDATE! All funds for Lily have been raised! Thank you!
UPDATE! Lily has been adopted!
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Added on December 10, 2012.