Hi: Let me introduce myself. I’m Ellie. I was born around the third of December 2011. After a few months, my original family apparently did not need me so I found myself lost and wandering around on the streets of a large city. Then, finally something good happened to me. I was picked up by the city’s animal control department and taken to the Humane Society’s animal shelter. There, they fed me, gave me a bath, and trimmed my fur. After that I was checked over by the vet, given my vaccinations, and placed in a clean kennel with two other dogs. I was told I had to live there until someone would come by and adopt me. I waited there for several days before a family came by and asked to see me in the visiting room. So the staff came to the kennel, picked me up, and carried me to the visitor’s room where I met this family. At first, I wasn’t too sure about them. After all, the last time I trusted someone, I ended up on the street. So I took my time checking them out while they sat on the benches in the room. I sniffed them; they passed the smell test. Then I listened to them talk. It seems they had a dog like me that came from here that they really loved. She lived to be sixteen years before she passed away. Sixteen years – gosh that’s like a whole bunch of dog years old. I figure they must have taken good care of her. So I told the animal shelter that they appeared to be a good family; so, it was ok for them to adopt me.
The next day they came and completed the paperwork, and before I knew it I was off to my new home where I now reside. By the way, there are other wonderful dogs at the Humane Society Shelter located in your area just waiting to be adopted and given a good home. Dogs from the shelter make great additions to your family, and great companions. We are just thrilled to have a second chance to live in a good, safe home and we will show you our appreciation by showering you with our love, loyalty, and affection.
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