A petite, 6-foot-3-inch girl with a shaved head, a black hairclip and a red-and-blue striped sweater hangs on the edge of the bedside table.
Her fur is a thick mix of fur and hair.
She has a red collar that points up toward the ceiling.
The girl has lived in a shelter for over a year.
She is in her 20s and is about to turn 16.
She was not part of the family when she was rescued.
Her father, who was deported from Israel, was arrested on suspicion of abusing the girl, according to the Israel Police.
The shelter is located in an area that is home to some of the most difficult housing in the country.
In recent years, the shelter has seen many people seeking shelter.
According to the police, many of them have moved to the area around Hebron after the Israeli army’s recent Operation Protective Edge began in the West Bank.
This week, a young woman came to the shelter for the first time in four years.
She had been in a home for four months, and her shelter was closed.
The shelter is not equipped to accommodate large numbers of people, and she was afraid of being left behind, the Israeli news website Ynet reported.
The woman had not been in contact with the shelter staff, but she told the staff that she needed the shelter because she is a stray.
The Israeli Police has opened an investigation into the girl’s case.
A police spokeswoman told Haaretz that the investigation is ongoing and will be opened at a later date.
The investigation is also being led by the Department for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (DPCA), the police said.
A spokesperson for the Israeli government told Ha, “This girl is a young, brave animal who deserves a safe and loving home.
We are taking all necessary measures to help her find a home.”
The shelter’s staff was not immediately available for comment.