Our story is kind of a sad one, so I'll make it quick. We once lived with a couple, but they broke up and we stayed with the husband. He eventually moved out of his house and left us there with nothing but a bowl of water and some food and expected us to fend for ourselves. Can you imagine?! Once the neighbors found out about us, they took us in temporarily, but they never intended to keep us. The neighbor's yard wasn't very secure and we easily escaped. We were then found roaming the streets by a CageFree employee who scanned our microchips and contacted our original owner. Unfortunately, our owner said they didn't want to keep us and agreed to relinquish us to the rescue.
So the next thing we knew, we were in a car on our way to CageFree's facility. Upon arriving, we got flea baths and now we're fresh and clean and ready to meet potential adopters! We are affectionate and friendly, and all around fantastic pups. I'm a little more confident than my sister Casey, so she really benefits from having me around. If you would like to open your home to two amazing dogs, we would love to meet you! Please don't hesitate to contact CageFree and make an appointment!
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