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Tabby - Adopted on 4/25/2020

Age:  About 7 years
Gender:  Female
Breed:  Shepherd Mix


Poor thing was chained up outside with no protection against the elements, other animals and disgusting humans. She did the best she could, but ended u with many sores, infections, and wounds. The "owner" of this beautiful soul, being the terrible person that he was, asked one of his tenants to bring her to be put to sleep. The guy mistakenly brought her to the shelter instead of the vet and the shelter said "NO WAY". She was sweet and charming and showed great affection for those that had saved her. The shelter immediately reached out to HART where we said "YES". We went down to the shelter to visit her, fell in love and brought her up here. Tabby, short for Tabitha, has a new new name and a new life thanks to so many people who cared. She is still a little anxious, but curious about everything and not afraid to explore. She bounces back quickly after she gets spooked and has tested well with other dogs and cats. And after all that time being outside, she has shown that she is housebroken and okay in a crate. We are still letting her settle in to her new safe space, but please come check her out on Saturdays. She is the poster dog for "HOPE".

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