Update on Greenville Co “No Rescue/No Adopt” Dog

Millie (fka Beanie)

The dog at the Greenville Co pound who was labeled “No Rescue/No Adopt” by the vet was released last week.  A representative from SNARR pulled her.  I contacted SNARR for an update yesterday and received this response:

Millie (Beanie) is doing well! Other than being really arthritic and having a heart murmur and being blind and super old, she is a sweet sweet girl :-) Millie is very affectionate and loves to be held. Our biggest immediate need for her is a HOME ; whether it be a foster or an adopter. She is currently still in Greenville SC but we can easily bring her up North if need be. So if you know anyone who might be interested please have them contact me ASAP.
Thank you !

Thank you irresponsible public, once again.

4 thoughts on “Update on Greenville Co “No Rescue/No Adopt” Dog

  1. Every soul deserves the chance for life whether old, arthritic or blind. I have several seniors with various infirmities and they experience their cup as fully full rather than half empty. Thank you SNARR!

  2. Thank you so much, irresponsible public. Because of you, this dog will spend her remaining time in security, safety, and love. Why this was not important to the “animal care professionals” at Greenville Co. pound, I will never know.

  3. Good, justice rendered, they pulled this shit at Moreno Valley last week, labeling someone not for adoption or rescue” and advocates fought with tooth and nail to get the dog released to rescue

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