"SASHA" was found several days ago on Hwy 44 East and Dersch Road in Shingletown, CA. Apparently she crawled out on to the highway and a very kind woman risked her life to pick her up. She was at risk of getting hit by the logging trucks that were blasting their horns while the lady tried to get her.
She is at our rescue 530 474 5197. The proper notices have been posted, and if no owner contacts us, she will be spayed and receive all of her shots, before being adopted. She was completely wild and frightened at first, but after just a couple of days of not having to fight for food and being warm and cared for, she is a new dog. She has learned to sit in a manner of days, and is learning to lie down also. She is also starting to learn her new name.
She will go outside to do her business, but instead of trying to get away after she is done, like most dogs who have been wild and alone and struggling to survive for so long, she heads right back to the house. She was afraid to go into her kennel the first night and had to be put in physically, but has since decided that it is a very warm and safe place and now she goes in when you ask her to.
She really wants to bond with someone, and I am hoping that as soon as she is a bit healthier and is at a healthier weight, we can get her a forever home. We only brought her to Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang as a last resort, as there was absolutely no where else for her to go at the time. So please let your friends and family know that there is a wonderful little girl who needs your help.
Thank you as always.
p.s. I am not sure if the pix really show her condition too well, but she is literally skin and bones. I cannot imagine how she survived the weather during the night with not an ounce of fat to keep her warm. Let's find her a great home!