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Ella looks for a home


Ella is living  at the Greenwich Animal Shelter.  Sherry Wernicke, a volunteer, visited Ella last week.  “I saw her at the Greenwich Animal Shelter  and am going to do my best to find her a great, forever home. All she did was kiss me and wag her tail.  She is just the sweetest and deserves a warm bed, home cooked meals, and and wags her tail.” Ella is 12-years-old

Officer Greenwich Animal told me that Ella has many homes.  First Ella had a home with 4 children and a family.  Then the family decided to move overseas.  A friend was entrusted to take Ella. The friend gave Ella to someone.

Then Ella ran away.  No one tried to find her.

Ella at Greenwich Animal Control facility

And now she is here in Greenwich Animal Shelter.

“She is 12 years old, but that only means we need to work harder to find her forever home and not let her live out her days at the shelter, said Wernicke.  “She is a petite girl who looks in very good health and is full of energy.  She would probably be best in a home with cats, but not dogs.”

Ella waiting for a home.

Ella is OK with older children and cats, but not with other dogs. Ella is very sweet, and loves to play and run. Ella, along with other dogs and cats, is available for adoption at Greenwich Animal Control, 393 North St. Facility hours are 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. The phone number is 203-622-8299. Call ahead first.

Helen Neafsey