Terrified Brindle Siblings comfort each other in Busy Shelter

terrified siblings in SC

Two adorable young dogs are doing their utmost to escape the frightening situation that they have been thrust into. The dogs, described as 16-month-old siblings, were brought to the Darlington County Humane Society in South Carolina on Saturday and judging by the photos of them inside of their shelter kennel run, they are terrified.

On Saturday, the Facebook page established to help find rescue for the homeless dogs, wrote about this frightened pair of brindle pups, “This sibling pair was brought in today in the back of a pick-up truck. They are 16 months old and grew up at the owner’s house but WERE NEVER EVEN NAMED.”

The dogs’ days of living life without a name are over – they have been named “Nora,” and “Fudge.” The dogs, described as hounds, are in need of someone who is willing to take a chance on them. Please take a moment to share the information for Nora and Fudge and help them walk free from the shelter.

Facebook thread here.

Email for rescue inquiries:[email protected]

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25 Comments

  1. No, I do not know if they were adopted. I should have said, “I shared the post with hopes they become adopted together.” My apologies for the misunderstanding.

  2. If I was closer I could foster them both till they find a home but I would need them brought to me I have dogs and a big fenced yard that I could separate part of it for them but I need more I’m formation on them r they male or female how old r they r they good with people I live in WV

  3. SOMEONE PLEASE ADOPT THESE BABIES!!!THEY WILL FILL YOUR HEARTS WITH LOVE FOR CHRISTMAS. I HAVE TWO ADOPTED BABIES. WHAT STATE AND WHERE ARE THEY? NEED TO LET PEOPLE KNOW. GIVE THEM A SOFT BLANKET. THEY NEED MORE THAN A COLD FLOOR. BREAKS MY HEART.

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