DOG SLEEPS NEXT TO THE JOHN LENNON STATUE IN HAVANA AFTER BEING ABANDONED

HAVANA, Sept. 30 The sad story of an abandoned pet in Havana and how it managed to be rescued has quickly gone viral on social networks thanks to the group of Cubans in Defense of Animals (CeDA).

As explained by the animal organization on Facebook, it is the case of a young dog whose family left her to her fate in John Lennon Park, before leaving for a camping trip.DOG SLEEPS NEXT TO THE JOHN LENNON STATUE IN HAVANA AFTER BEING ABANDONED

The sweet dog stole the attention of the passers-by because he decided to stay in the park to wait for his family for weeks, without separating from the emblematic statue of the famous Beatle.

“This little girl is in the John Lennon park two weeks ago she was abandoned to her fate in this park by her supposed ‘owners’ who were leaving for a camping trip, the dog has been moving for two weeks, waiting for they and glued to the statue without moving thinking that it is someone who keeps him company, ”says a CeDA announcement published on September 28.

Jaime Ponsoda Serrano, a user in the same social network reaffirmed having seen the dog: “Today I passed through the John Lennon Park again, I saw the Carmelite dog again, and also this other painter who was also there last night.”

“I noticed that they have no owner because I looked and they were not with anyone, because of their behavior it is seen that they were from a house and they were thrown away or who knows.DOG SLEEPS NEXT TO THE JOHN LENNON STATUE IN HAVANA AFTER BEING ABANDONED

John Lennon’s Carmelite has some ticks in her ears, the other one is not very playful but she does not look good in the sense that she is very slow, very slowly. I poured water into a glass, but he didn’t drink. Tomorrow I will bring you food. ”

In the information that CEDA shares, it is known that “the dog is pregnant, something that nobody knew until a few days ago since it is only a few weeks away”.

For those interested in helping provide a home for the animal, please contact 54636797 and 78302275.