Dog who survived March fire that claimed her Lehigh Acres owner now looking for a new home

Ginger needs a new forever family. She was left alone when her previous owner died in a fire in Lehigh Acres in early March. She is available through Big Hearts for Big Dogs Rescue.

Ginger requires a new for good loved ones. She was remaining by itself when her former proprietor died in a fire in Lehigh Acres in early March. She is obtainable by Significant Hearts for Massive Puppies Rescue.

Ginger has been as a result of a little bit of trauma and could use a new household.

The 8-yr-old spayed feminine tan-and-white hound combine survived a fireplace and the loss of life of her earlier owner, George Raymond, 74.

Right after the March 8 fire, neighbors helped rescue Ginger, creating confident she acquired to the Lee County Domestic Animal Expert services and advertising her for adoption.

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Neighbors of a Lehigh Acres man who died in a fire at his home on Tuesday helped rescue his eight-year-old dog Ginger who survived the blaze.

Neighbors of a Lehigh Acres male who died in a fireplace at his dwelling on Tuesday aided rescue his 8-yr-previous pet Ginger who survived the blaze.

Lehigh Acres Fireplace Handle and Rescue District units ended up termed to Raymond’s a person-story dwelling 904 Willow Drive for a fireplace documented by a neighbor at 6:20 a.m.

Firefighters observed his physique as they were bringing the fireplace underneath control. Ginger was recovered without main damage.

Now, following a few months of recuperation, Ginger is ready to be adopted, the only limits are no cats and no tiny canines.

She is available as a result of the non income rescue Big Hearts for Massive Pet dogs Rescue.

The firm can be arrived at through their web page, http://www.bigheartsbigdogs.com/ or by emailing them at [email protected]

Connect with breaking information reporter Michael Braun: MichaelBraunNP (Fb), @MichaelBraunNP (Twitter) or [email protected]

This short article originally appeared on Fort Myers Information-Press: Ginger, homeless right after fireplace statements operator, desires a new house

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