what a sad face!
what a sad face!
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I swear,I would send money to the new family,if they just take her home!
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Look at her eyes...
I'm glad she was moved to PAWS, but hopefully she get's a home before the weekend.
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I'm glad she got moved to a no-kill shelter.. I put this on my FB and some guy had the gall to tell me the sad eyes looked photoshopped. Some people are stupid.
Awwww, Grimm gets a little bootay and turns into a big squishy puddle of gooey love.
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No, im just soft and squishy regarding things that arent human
People are retarded but animals are generally innocent things. I can't even watch humane society commercials cuz i'd turn into a crazy cat and dog lady.
I am from the American CIA and I have a radio in my head. I am going to kill you.
I'm with you guys, I want that gorgeous dog. I hope she gets a good home soon. If I lived there, she'd be mine.
I'm bawling my eyes out.
The Columbus Animal Care and Control Center has been inundated today with calls and e-mails from people interested in adopting Rose, a 10-year-old Rottweiler mix whose owner passed away last week.
Drale Short, Columbus' division manager of special enforcement, said animal control received more than 100 calls about Rose. The center's phone and computer systems even crashed this morning.
Rose will be up for adoption Wednesday at 10 a.m. Those interested should show up at that time at the center, located behind the new PAWS Humane building on Milgen Road. Potential "parents" will get to spend about 30 minutes with her. Rose's new parents will then be chosen through a lottery.
"I feel confident she'll find a home," Short said.
Columbus animal control workers took Rose June 24 after her owner died from natural causes. The 63-year-old woman lived alone and took care of stray animals at the Clay Drive Mobile Home Park.
Rose was scheduled to be euthanized first thing Tuesday morning, but animal control decided to hold her longer in case anyone wanted to adopt her.
Short said animal control does not screen adopters, but they will "make sure they understand what exactly is going to be needed for (Rose.)"
"We don't want somebody that's just going to throw her in the backyard," she said.
Rose has a skin condition on her back from a flea infestation, but workers said it's treatable. She is heartworm negative.
Rose isn't the only animal who needs a loving home. Short said other animals are available for adoption at animal control, where fees range from $45 to $55 for dogs and cats, depending on its age, and include a city permit and spay/neuter services.
The animal control center is located at 4910 Milgen Road.
UPDATE: Animal control receives huge response over Rose - Breaking News - Ledger-Enquirer.com
It's nice that so many people responded. I hope those that didn't get to adopt her find another pet while they're there.
YAY!! Looking good for Rose!!!!!!!!!! *doing happy dance*
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I was very moved by Rose's situation and her sad face. So, I wrote to the author of the article and she emailed me back. This is what she said:
Then she sent another email:Hi!
Thanks for your interest. I’ll actually be doing a follow-up story soon on Rose. I’m just waiting on new details today from animal control.
Rose is so sweet in person, I was almost in tears after seeing her yesterday. She definitely deserves a loving and caring home.
I’ll shoot you an e-mail after I find out more!
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