This dog was found by a young woman who called her "Shadow" because she approached her in a cemetery as she was leaving her grandmother’s funeral. This sweet girl is deaf and is missing one eyeball. She was taken in by local rescuers and will be headed to Eleventh Hour Rescue in January. She has now been renamed Jesse Redd in honor of a VERY special adopter. :)
Jesse's story was originally shared on EHR's Facebook page. If you would like to read more about her, please go to:
Here is an update on Jesse Redd/Shadow: "This girl is so very calm and friendly. She even sat right by a large crate in the lobby that had a big cat in it, and all she did was sniff and wag her tail! When Marty and I had her in the truck, driving her to the vet, she was calm and loves looking out the window with her one eye. Marty even whistled and Shadow turned her head quickly to look at him, and her ears went straight up. So, she can at least hear the higher pitches. She didn't react as much to a lower pitch whistle. The employee at the boarding kennel says that Shadow does bark when she hears the other dogs bark...so, that is all good news!
Whoever is adopting Shadow "Jesse Redd" will be so happy with this sweet girl. She is pure love, and so blessed that Good Samaritan and gentle soul Autumn rescued her from the cemetery, wandering around and obviously looking for help. Bless you, Autumn, for saving Shadow's life!"
If you think you'd like to meet this sweet girl because you can give her the loving home she deserves, please go to www.ehrdogs.org and fill out an application asking for JESSE REDD (SHADOW) SCAS!
More about Jesse Redd (Shadow) SCAS
Good with Adults, Does Good in the Car, Leashtrained, Needs special care, Affectionate, Even-tempered, Gentle
Other Pictures of Jesse Redd (Shadow) SCAS (click to see larger version):
Eleventh Hour Rescue, based in Morris County NJ, is a primarily VOLUNTEER based, no kill rescue that saves animals on Death Row from high kill shelters. Eleventh Hour Rescue dogs and cats are cared for by our compassionate and dedicated team of volunteers and staff. Whether in foster homes, our kennel or adoption centers, each dog and cat receive a clean and safe living environment, fresh food and water, medical attention, and most important an abundance of love and care until they find their forever homes. We are dedicated to educating the community about the animal over population problem and the importance of spaying and neutering. All funds go directly to supporting our animals and their needs. We are an eligible charity under federal code 501(c)3.