APPLE VALLEY (CBSLA.com) – At least 40 people have turned in applications to adopt a dog caught on camera making her daringescape from the Apple Valley Animal Shelter earlier this month.
Security video caught Ginger, the German shepherd, climbing to the top of her kennel and breaking free.
“Everybody believes she was trying to make her way back to her old owner because she was found close to where her old home was,” the shelter’s manager Gina Whiteside said.
Ginger busted out only a few hours after her former owner dropped her off at the shelter because he could no longer take care of her.
The 2-year-old dog opened three doors to get out, left teeth marks on a door handle and proof that where there’s a will, there’s a way.
“As she was coming out he door, what we saw is this quick little glance back at the shelter saying: ‘See ya!’ ” Whiteside said.
During Ginger’s great escape, she set off the shelter’s motion sensors, which alerted security.