Do You Know Someone Who Needs Faith?
This is what Faith looks like.
Faith is a 7-month-old, female, black and white border collie. The Puppies for Parole (P4P) program at Western Missouri Correctional Center (WMCC) called “Western Waifs” welcomed this sweet girl on Dec. 26.
She came to WMCC through the prison’s partnering shelter, Cameron Animal Shelter.
She was left at a veterinarian’s office by her owner. The owner gave the veterinarian money and told the vet it was money to have Faith fixed if someone wanted her. If not, the money was to put her down. The Cameron Animal Shelter took Faith in, so she wouldn’t be put down.
When Faith came into the P4P program, she was very scared and unsure of what was going to happen to her.
Faith is still very shy but has come a long way in just a few weeks. She will now play with the other dogs, and she loves the attention of people once she gets to know them and feels like she can trust them.
Faith is going to make someone a great dog when she finds her forever home.
Anyone interested in adopting this loving dog can contact Cameron Animal Shelter at (816) 271-4877.
So, do you know someone who could benefit from having Faith in their life?
Please share her story, and check out all of the currently adoptable P4P dogs!
This post is part of a new monthly series presented in partnership with Missouri Puppies for Parole, one of the nation’s leading prison-based dog training programs.
On the 10th day of each month, I’ll share a new story about a dog who is currently available through or a graduate of the P4P program.
Posted on January 10, 2013, in Dogs, Dogtography and tagged abandoned dog, adoptable dog in Missouri, animal rescue, black and white dog, border collie, Missouri Puppies for Parole. Bookmark the permalink. 12 Comments.