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Friday, February 25, 2011

Another look at Teresopolis

Just look at there poor faces pleading to get out of the shelter.
Mom said this one was so sweet
This is an old dog.

This oneis very chic

They are all in need of homes and humans to love them. They lost everything too during the floods and landslides.


chandra said...

All three look so sweet, Emmy! I hope they find loving families very soon! Yesterday, we donated to Kinship Circle and we're thinking good thoughts for all the animal survivors!

-Auntie Chandra at Daley's Dog Years

Anonymous said...

So many very adoptable dogs in the shelter. Thank goodness they are off the streets and in the hands of some very kind very hardworking people like Dr. Bruno and all of the volunteers of Kinship circle. Your parents deserve medals the size of a frying pan.

Guga's looking good. Freddie is looking fat and very happy. He knows he is on to a good thing.
Hugs all round.

Foley Monster and Pocket said...

Can these dogs only be adopted in Brazil? What are the laws about adopting pets from another South American or North American country. Not that I am in permission to adopt but I do have a lot of connections with American rescue operations.

georgia little pea said...

Looks like it'll take some time before all the flood dogs get rehomed. At least they have a roof and something to eat, not to mention Dr Bruno, while they wait :)

How is your bakery coming along? Beijos xox

Jan's Funny Farm said...

We are behind in so many things, including visiting so we came by to catch up. We are sorry your family had to close the bakery because of the flooding. It is so kind of them to be helping so many others rescue and recover while you all have needs too. They must be very good humans!