When Nila’s owner went to prison, Nila went to the pound. But for Nila, a seven-year-old Australian Shepherd at the Clayton County Animal Control shelter in Georgia, this wasn’t like her owner’s jail sentence; this was more like a death sentence. And what was Nila’s crime? Perhaps being too old? Or, ending up in an overcrowded shelter?
Nila arrived at the shelter on Friday, July 27th. The shelter euthanizes every Tuesday and Friday. So Nila was “red-lined” to be euthanized on Tuesday, July 31st. By some twist of fate she was not euthanized, but given a reprieve until Friday, August 3rd.
UPDATE!! Nila has been adopted... by her foster family!
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Keywords:adoption, dog, dogs, raising aid, raising aid 4 dogs, raising aid 4 dogs at risk, raising aid for dogs, raising aid for dogs at risk, rescue, shelter
Guestbook for Nila
Keeta Kay Cole(non-registered)
Nila came to visit overnight and was a proper dog visitor. For anyone who is looking for a slightly older dog who has the basics of socialization and house training down, Nila is your girl. She is good with other dogs, is very personable and enjoys riding in the car. She could use more training on a lead, but is a fast learner. Nila, you are welcome to visit any time.