By Claire Cornish
Sometimes the community works together to make magic and miracles happen.
Sheena is hoping this is one of those times because at ten-years-old she finds herself at the Broward County shelter, puzzled, scared, and wondering when her new family might arrive.
Confiscated from her owners after a Good Samaritan alerted authorities to her situation, Sheena is a larger girl who was kept outside and crammed into a small cage, where she was horribly cramped.
Sheena remained outside in the searing sun and the pouring rain. Thankfully she was removed from the home, but now she needs a new one. — one where she will be living indoors, showered with love and enriched with toys, walks, and laughter.
She a healthy girl who is calm and well-mannered around other dogs. She likes other dogs and is very playful. Sheena would do great in any home and needs an adopter or a foster home, as she has an interest in an excellent rescue if a foster can be found for her.
If you’d like to meet Sheena, please email [email protected] or visit the shelter this weekend. Broward County Animal Care and Adoption is located at 2400 SW 42nd Street, Fort Lauderdale, and is open Tuesday to Sunday from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. (closed Monday and closed New Years Day).
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- Claire Cornish is a freelance writer, half marathon runner, and volunteer at Broward County Animal Care & Adoption. She is the proud mom of Callie the Labrador and a proud sister of Simon the Labrador mix.
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