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When you take your dog on vacation, but she just wants to chew her bone. Thank you Michelle Oakes for babysitting our crew, so we can relax while Piru simultaneously ignores and judges us.

In March we found this little guy in running in traffic at a crowded intersection. El Chapo (he kept escaping) was lucky to be in a foster home with a vet 🤎. He has since started being a little snarky with the resident dog, so he is being moved to doggy daycare. Chapo is heartworm positive with a belly full of fluid. His foster mama vet drained the fluid but it filled back up. It’s unclear what his future holds, but we will do our best to make him happy for as long as we can 😊

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Yesterday I woke up worried about how I was going to pay the bills for all the dogs we have living in doggy daycare. It is an expense we never planned for, but due to covid, we haven’t been able to get dogs adopted. Last night our friend and supporter, Sandra Train, sent us enough money to cover over two months of boarding!!!!! We are so incredibly grateful to Sandra and to everyone who donated to Carmelita’s memory. Every day we jump into a situation that I have no idea how we will pay for. I am overwhelmed by the generosity of so many who help us follow our dreams. Rest easy, Carmelita. You mattered ♥️

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Infinite thanks to our supporters for helping us sponsor 61 spay/neuter surgeries last weekend 🐶🐱 We have no words for our gratitude ♥️ Special thanks to Mutt Mutt Engine for matching contributions. Thank you all for your trust and love of animals. Together we are making the world better.

Xpujil -35 animals
Miguel Hidalgo – 8 animals
Bacalar – 18 animals

Total s/n to date: 1148 and counting 🙌

Infinite thanks to our supporters for helping us sponsor 61 spay/neuter surgeries last weekend 🐶 🐱 We have no words for…

Posted by Costa Maya Beach Dog Rescue on Thursday, August 6, 2020