An abandoned pair were rescued from the streets of Los Angeles on Friday and brought to the Downey Animal Care Center in California. Rescuers describe the very friendly ten-year-old Havanese pooch leading her blind friend, a miniature pinscher along the lonely streets; the dogs are extremely bonded. Both dogs appear to have been neglected, but their loyalty to each other keeps them hanging on. If only a home can be found for the pair so that they may live together for the rest of their lives.
Click here for the miniature pinscher’s adoption listing. “My name is Millie and I’m an approximately 10 year old female min pinscher. I am not yet spayed. I have been at the Downey Animal Care Center since January 6, 2017. I am available on January 10, 2017. You can visit me at my temporary home at D715. Animal ID: A5023670.
Click here for the Havanese adoption listing. “My name is Larry and I’m an approximately 6 year old male terrier. I am already neutered. I have been at the Downey Animal Care Center since January 6, 2017. I am available on January 10, 2017. You can visit me at my temporary home at D403. Animal ID: A5023668.
A Facebook page to follow the plight of these two bonded companions can be followed here. Advocates continue to pledge funds to help an approved rescue organization help these two very gentle and sweet little dogs. Share their stories with friends, family and social media contacts. We are all they have, and sharing saves lives.
(Photos of Havanese and mini pinscher via Animal Care of Los Angeles County. Video courtesy of Uyen Nguyen)
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Posted by Uyen Nguyen on Friday, January 6, 2017