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Here's another reason why we hate puppy mills: This adorable little cutie patootie was born in a puppy mill to an exhausted purebred Chinese Crested momma dog who finally gave out from being bred and bred and bred her whole short life, and died shortly after giving birth to her last 3 baby boys. Not wanting the hassle of bottle-feeding the babies, the puppy miller (the low-life who owns the puppy mill) dumped them at a vet clinic. And then the vet called us because they knew that we would do the right thing: bottle feed these babies around the clock, fortify them with proper nutrition and veterinary care, give them lots of TLC and find them homes where they will never be in harms way again.
We could have called him Napolean because Rum is the teeny weeny Ruler of the bunch! This itty bitty squirt will climb all over his brothers for the choice spot in someone's lap -- it's all about him!! He was the first to discover the game Keep Away by selfishly stealing his brother's toy and having them chase him for it!! He's the one who always seems to have the good ideas, whether that's stealing people's socks or jumping up on the baby gates to see what's on the other side. He also loves to snuggle his head into the crook of your neck and stay there until you dare to move him because, remember, your neck is for his enjoyment! Rum also loves playing with the kids in his foster home. In fact, if the kids are laying on the floor, Rum will start a game of King of the Mountain on the back of whoever is nearest! (And guess who usually wins?!)
As quirky and adorable as he is, he may be best in a Crested-experienced home, or at least be sure to read about the breed before applying. http://www.yourpurebredpuppy.com/reviews/chinesecresteds.html Rum is about 3 months old, he weighs under 4 pounds and will be pocket sized for life. If this pint-sized peanut is the personality for you, please visit www.pinkshelter.org for more information about the adoption process or click here for our online application. Full vetting, microchip and neuter included in his $450 adoption fee. Transport fee is additional $150. IF YOU HAVE AOL or YAHOO PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM FILE FOR OUR RESPONSE
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