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A three-year-old pit bull named Annabell (photo) was left on Friday in Connecticut & # 39; s Cranbury Park with a note with the text & # 39; could not afford it to help & # 39;

Three year old pitbull is found tied to a tree in Connecticut with a note & # 39; could not afford her please help & # 39;

  • A pit bull named Annabell was left abandoned in a Connecticut park on Friday
  • Three-year-old dog was left with a note that the owner & # 39; could not pay her & # 39;
  • The note described Annabell as & # 39; a great dog & # 39; and & # 39; human and dog friendly & # 39;
  • The dog was picked up at Cranbury Park and is at Norwalk Animal Shelter
  • Those interested in adopting Annabell can contact daycare at (203) 854-3240
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A three-year-old dog was left on Friday in Connecticut with a note saying: & # 39; Can't afford it to help. & # 39;

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The pit bull named Annabell was picked up by the Norwalk Animal Shelter, who shared pictures of the dog and the note on Facebook on Sunday.

The note that the puppy & # 39; awesome & # 39; was attached to her collar when she was found in Cranbury Park.

Leaving an animal is a crime in the state of Connecticut, which could have cost the owner up to a fine of $ 1,000 for a first offense if caught, in addition to possible imprisonment.

Anyone interested in adopting Annabell can contact the shelter by phone at (203) 854-3240.

A three-year-old pit bull named Annabell (photo) was left on Friday in Connecticut & # 39; s Cranbury Park with a note with the text & # 39; could not afford it to help & # 39;

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A three-year-old pit bull named Annabell (photo) was left on Friday in Connecticut & # 39; s Cranbury Park with a note with the text & # 39; could not afford it to help & # 39;

She was tied to a tree in the park in Norwalk and left to take care of herself one day when the high temperature reached 84 degrees Fahrenheit (about 29 degrees Celsius) by noon in neighboring Stamford.

The note explained that the owner abandoned her dog, who is three years old on August 12, due to financial misery.

& # 39; For anyone who loves dogs: she's a great dog, & # 39; wrote the person. & # 39; Human friendly. Dog friendly. All shots. And a sweetheart. & # 39;

Annabell was found tied to a tree in the park in Norwalk one day when the high temperature around noon in neighboring Stamford reached 84 degrees Fahrenheit (about 29 degrees Celsius) around noon. The note (pictured) was attached to her collar

Annabell was found tied to a tree in the park in Norwalk one day when the high temperature around noon in neighboring Stamford reached 84 degrees Fahrenheit (about 29 degrees Celsius) around noon. The note (pictured) was attached to her collar

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Annabell was found tied to a tree in the park in Norwalk one day when the high temperature around noon in neighboring Stamford reached 84 degrees Fahrenheit (about 29 degrees Celsius) around noon. The note (pictured) was attached to her collar

Annabell described as & # 39; brendal (sic) and bully & # 39; in the note, referring to her color and variety.

Streamed dog breeds have markings that looked like a tiger, usually with black stripes on a tan to a dark brown base.

Annabell was found with a black collar without labels and has not implanted a microchip.

It is illegal to leave an animal in Connecticut, under the state Cruelty to animal legislation.

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In addition to a possible high fine, a first offense is punished with a prison sentence of a maximum of one year. Both sentences can be ordered by a court.

Each subsequent violation is a class D crime, punishable by a fine of up to $ 5,000, imprisonment of up to five years, or both.

Leaving an animal is a crime in the state of Connecticut, which could have cost the owner up to a fine of $ 1,000 for a first offense if caught, in addition to possible imprisonment. Anyone interested in adopting Annabell can contact the shelter by phone at (203) 854-3240

Leaving an animal is a crime in the state of Connecticut, which could have cost the owner up to a fine of $ 1,000 for a first offense if caught, in addition to possible imprisonment. Anyone interested in adopting Annabell can contact the shelter by phone at (203) 854-3240

Leaving an animal is a crime in the state of Connecticut, which could have cost the owner up to a fine of $ 1,000 for a first offense if caught, in addition to possible imprisonment. Anyone interested in adopting Annabell can contact the shelter by phone at (203) 854-3240

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