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One six-month-old Michigan puppy named Ghost is looking for a new home before Halloween, as the dog was found abandoned with a heartbreaking note on her neck: “My owner had a stroke and cannot care for me… Please find home.”

On October 3, animal rescue group Luvnpupz shared the story of the female coonhound who was found “wandering alone” on the streets of Kent County, “hungry, cold, sad and confused,” to Facebook, reports.

The article goes on to state the following:

“I am lost and looking for a new home – my owner had a stroke and cannot take care for me. Please don’t take me to a shelter. I am a purebred coonhound, 6 months old, please find home,” the emotional note found attached to her collar reads.

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  1. If This Is True Then I Think The Owner Could Have Handled This In A Better More Humane Way. Just Putting The Young Dog Out On The Street Is Very Cruel And Mean. Try To Find Another Home For The Puppy Or Put It In An Animal Shelter Where It Would Have A Chance To Find A New Home.

  2. I would be glad to offer the little girl a good home. I live in Malone, Wi I have a big lot room for her to move around.

  3. Sad story. You’d’ think one of his care givers would have been able to help. More ???s than answers. Glad they found her and provided for her.

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