Charity and SuzyQ – all they have left are each other

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Charity and SuzyQ arrived at the Jackson County Animal Shelter in Gautier, Mississippi from a bad situation. Charity, a bully mix and her bonded pal SuzyQ, miniature pin and chihuahua mix, are all they have left; both had been severely covered in fleas, undernourished and suffering from demodex mange.

The adoption coordinator, Maridee Bond Mallette captured the two embracing as they seemed to be assuring each other that everything would be fine.

“When I walk by their cage they are always laying in different funny positions together,” Maridee wrote. “They love each other. It breaks my heart to see them taken away from each other. There are so many that come in like this, and I just don’t understand why people don’t take care of their pets.”

The dogs are both available for adoption. On Tuesday, Maridee was able to trim their nails. Both dogs are currently being treated for demodex and have been gaining weight. Share their plight with approved rescue organizations, friends, family and social media contacts. Sharing saves lives.

They are available for adoption. 4400 Audubon Lane Gautier, MS 39553. 228-497-6350.

More news and updates on National Pet Rescue here.

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5 replies
  1. Adrienne says:

    Pray they both get adopted together. Who could separate those 2 adorable dogs. They are so attached to each other I and I hope anyone interested in either one could not and would not separate them. They look like they are stuck together and you can be sure that anyone who gets both of them would laugh all the time at the way they sleep together. Someone please adopt both of these “super glued” bonded dogs.


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