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Thursday, August 13, 2015

"JODI & JOSHUA" little CHIHUAHUA couple - a bonded pair

ADOPTED together!
Aug 26, 2015
Available for adoption with Multnomah County Animal Services

here's Jodi's Mcas weblink  ( 8/23 adoption pending)



Hello! My name is Jodi and I'm looking for a new, loving home. I came to the shelter with my boyfriend, Joshua, as a stray. The shelter doesn't know too much about us, but I have to admit I'm not as brave as my man. We are a bonded pair and are needing to go to the same home. I hope you have room to fit us both. I can be a little shy with new people, but once I'm comfortable I enjoy belly rubs, giving kisses and of course being spoiled. Although I'm small, it is very important that I'm not carried everywhere. I love to go for walks and it's great for my little legs to get exercise. I am asking for a home with kids over the age of 10 years, due to my fragile size and shyness. Please come down and meet us today! I am about 8 years old and weigh 4 pounds.


  
here's Joshua's weblink

Hi there! My name is Joshua and I'm looking for a new loving home. My girlfriend, Jodi, and I ended up here at the shelter as strays, so they don't know too much about us. We are bonded and would love to find a home together. I am a bit more confident, but Jodi is certainly the boss. We love attention, sitting in your lap, giving kisses, and of course cuddling. As most Chihuahuas do, we will probably bond to a person or two, so we are asking for children in the home to be over the age of 10 years old. We are also quite fragile and we wouldn't want the little guys running us over. If you are interested in becoming our new family, please come down to the shelter and meet us today! I am about 8 years old and weigh 5 pounds.

 
"I think you're sweet Jodi" 
 
"oh gosh, did she turn me down?"

 
 
 
Yup, together. we will find an awesome home to adopt us 
 

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