CHICITA is an adorable, Bubbly and smart dog from Tijuana where she was trying to survive in the street. She was highly pregnant.
She is not only an artist to survive there but also that he has physical nor mental damage from all that.
Dogs are hit by cars there, left to die, chased away, shot at and on purpose handled cruel.
AnimalDefense Rescue.org works with a local street worker dog rescue since over 1 year - the need is so huge. The rescue network is not very structured nor leads somewhere as these dogs have no way to go in Mexico. So from times to times the local rescue ask me to help.
CHICITA is safe for now - was seen by a vet, treated for flea infestation, blood work was done, he received finally healthy food and now would like to come to WA- she told me.
She has been living in the house of the Street worker Dog Rescue for quite a while now where she also had given birth to a litter of dogs. They were all adopted into good homes in CA.
And here is where YOU come in and make a change in the life of these dogs.
CHICITA is small to medium size , younger (guessing between 3-4 yr old) around 25 lbs Chi/Rat terrier mix with huge personality.
The adoption fee includes neuter, vaccination, transport to WA, microchip, health record .
Please contact the founder of AnimalDefense Rescue.org at ADR@animaldefenserescue.org and you will be sent an application.
CHICITA is waiting for YOU!
Transport to WA will not be before beginning of August.
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