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November 21, 1994 | DUANE NORIYUKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Matted hair falls in clumps over his eyes. His bark is loud but not fierce, and he turns cautious and shy as he is released from his pen at the Orange County Animal Shelter. Gently he moves toward Sallie Perkins and licks her face. He was found four days earlier roaming the streets, wearing no identification. No one came to claim him, and Perkins knows how that must feel. As a child, she was a victim of abuse: tied to a tree and horsewhipped, raped, locked in her room for weeks at a time.
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November 21, 1994 | DUANE NORIYUKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Matted hair falls in clumps over his eyes. His bark is loud but not fierce, and he turns cautious and shy as he is released from his pen at the Orange County Animal Shelter. Gently he moves toward Sallie Perkins and licks her face. He was found four days earlier roaming the streets, wearing no identification. No one came to claim him, and Perkins knows how that must feel. As a child, she was a victim of abuse: tied to a tree and horsewhipped, raped, locked in her room for weeks at a time.
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