Baby Girl and her buddy Rocky (also for adoption) were rescued from living under a church in Miami. Like many of the strays in South Florida, Baby Girl had a rough life on the streets. Before her rescue, she had a litter of puppies who were stolen from her by strangers when they were only 4 weeks old. Baby Girl was a little shy at first, but warmed up to her rescuers quickly.
Baby Girl's foster mom says that she is housebroken and a wonderful houseguest! Her favorite things are to be petted and to play with Rocky. Although Baby Girl and Rocky were rescued and fostered together, they do very well when separated and would be happy to each find a home of their own.
Baby Girl would do best in a home that would give her the structure and love that she craves. She is still learning her basic obedience skills and would do best in a home without young children or cats.
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