Pet adopted after being positioned in cereal field, dropped off at SoCal animal shelter


RIVERSIDE COUNTY, Calif. — A tiny pooch that was nestled inside a cereal field when she was dropped off at a Riverside County Division of Animal Providers shelter was adopted by a household who not too long ago misplaced their very own canine.

The shelter mentioned Tuesday that the 9-week-old Maltese-Yorkie combine was discovered inside a Cap’n Crunch’s Crunch Berries field.

On Saturday, a lottery was held for the pup, now named Razz Berry, on the Western Riverside County/Metropolis Animal Shelter in Jurupa Valley. The household who gained mentioned they heard about Razz Berry’s story on the identical day their 12-year-old Puggle, Ginger, died.

“That is going to sound ridiculous, however we all the time title our animals after seasonings. So we had Ginger, we now have one other canine, it is a Maltese-Yorkie combine, and that canine’s title is Pepper. So she is also from the ’80s music period and wished Salt N’ Pepa, so the opposite canine’s black, she’s been in search of a white Maltese. It simply all occurred, I do not know the way it occurred,” Razz Berry’s new proprietor mentioned.

The household added they plan to maintain the title Razz Berry.

The pup’s new house owners will choose her up subsequent week after her spay surgical procedure.

About 20 households participated within the lottery, and the division mentioned the others had been additionally in a position to undertake pets on the shelter.