‘Baby’ Cries Herself to sleep Every Night in The Shelter, Desperately Seeking A Forever Home!

This American Pit Bull and Dalmatian mix doggie really was just too much for the owners, she was given back to the Montgomery County Animal Services & Adoption Center to be re-homed.

The lovely but heartbreaking video of Baby was introduced by the center like this: – “Meet Baby, the dog with the saddest cries you’ll ever hear.”

‘Baby’ was brought to the rescue center by her owner because they couldn’t cope anymore, however, recently too they go on a nightly touching ritual that is amazing to see.

MCASAC said: – “Baby was brought to our shelter recently by her owner, the only family she has ever known …[They] felt that they could not care for her any longer …Baby, while very sweet and mild-mannered, has not been adjusting well to living in a shelter…”

Ever since baby came to the shelter she has had difficulty adapting to the life there, she has been crying every night before she eventually got to sleep!

Pit Bull

The MCASAC went on to say:

“At night, Baby cries out in her kennel. Our dog kennel area, which is usually filled with lots of loud barking, becomes silent other than Baby’s cries …Baby is 7 years old and very shy.”

“She is wary of new people, but is just nervous, not aggressive. However, once she’s spent a little while with a new person, she opens up and enjoys snuggling and being pet …Baby is stressed and sad, so please help us find a new home for her!”

Since the shelter has posted the video people have offered to sponsor her adoption fee to help her find a home, but to be honest she just needs the right person to take her home.

The shelter is nevertheless very positive that they will be able to find to this Pit Bull a loving safe home, and she will really appreciate finding that special forever family.

Based in Derwood, Maryland the shelter says that to be considered for adopting this doggie the prospective adopters must first visit their shelter and fill in an application form, then speak to an adoption counselor.

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