Hi! My name is Mia and me and four my siblings found ourselves homeless after being left at a really scary place called a shelter. A nice lady who turns out to be our Foster Mom (FM) came by and the folks there asked if she could help…she called BCAA who said of course! Some of us may or may not be related but we all came from the same previous home … FM says to tell you that while I'm a little shy when you first meet me, with a little bit of patience, TLC, and a soft voice I come around quickly and then I love being held and cuddled. I wouldn't take up much room as I'm only 12lbs and best guess is I'm around 19mos old. I haven't had any accidents in my crate overnight and I'm pretty good on leash after I get to know you … if you would like to meet me, please go to www.bcaaofnj.org and fill out an application … I'll be waiting for you!
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