Tinkerbell was found roaming the streets in Draper. Animal Control even placed an ad in the local paper and called all the local groomers to find little Tink's owners.
No one came forward. Tink paced and paced in his shelter kennel, so scared and lonely. Volunteers held Tink and tried to make him comfortable. He was over 10 and blind but the good news was that his heart was strong and his kidneys were functioning like a young dog.
Tink was transported to a rescue up north and above is a photo of him with his new family. Tink is the very gray black poodle. Their other poodle recently died of old age, so Tink was there to help them love after their loss.
Many thanks to everyone that helped Tink get a new loving home!