Dalmatian rescued, put up for adoption
Apr 15, 2009 07:30 PM
A two-year-old Dalmatian was found abandoned in a goods train that reached Chennai Egmore station from Bapatla. The train arrived on April 11th but the no one came to claim the dog. The address given by the owner was found to be false and the phone was switched off.

The railway officials called the People for Animals (PFA) who rushed to the spot to rescue the dog which was in a state of shock. The dog is said to be running a high temperature, which the veterinarians say could be due to be due to shock.

The PFA hopes to find him a happy home and until such time he will be at the PFA Jinendra Animal Shelter at Red Hills. Anybody interested in adopting this dog can contact Dr. Shiranee Periera, PFA on 98404 82829.
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