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; ; My name is Rex, and I?m a Jack Russell/Chihuahua mix. That is my sister Jemma, she is a Yorkie/Italian Greyhound mix. We are siblings, and we have so much fun together! We love to cuddle every night, tackle each other during the day, and lay in the warm sun together. We have lived together since we were two months old, so we cannot be separated, as we get major anxiety and depression.
; Being a Jack Russell, I have a ton of energy! I love to go on runs, play fetch, and rough house with humans. However, I am a little love bug! I fall asleep standing up if you scratch my belly, and I love to sit on your lap while you are on the computer or watch TV.
; My sister Jemma is a little different! Before she became my sister, she lived in a home where they physically harmed her. Although she is skittish and likes to hide behind things, she loves to be held by people she trusts. Sometimes my mom even holds her while cleaning the house, or making dinner! Jemma is also a sucker for a good belly scratch, and loves to walk around on her hind legs! We are quite the duo. Unfortunately, we are looking for a new family. Our mom loves us so much, but she is working full time and is also in school, so we get very lonely during the day. Although she has tried for over a year to spend time with us when she is home, she often is very tired or consumed with too many responsibilities. Our mom knows that we deserve a home where we can get walks and belly scratches every day! We hope to find a family with no children soon, as kids scare us a bit. Our mom really hopes to find a family that would be okay with an open adoption. She has raised us from age 2 months to 3 years, and would be so sad if she never got to see us again! Will you please help us find a happy family to be a part of?'
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