PUPPIES!! We love them. The internet loves them. They are one of the best living creatures on earth. They are cute, cuddly, hilarious and most of all, gorgeous.
This goes for the pups who have slightly different appearances than the ‘norm’ and they’re still just as beautiful, if not, more so.
Meet Salvador Dolly, this little puppy from Dallas that quite literally, has a moustache.
Salvador is part of a litter of 11 and currently lives in foster care in New York.
Allison Seelig from Hearts & Bones Rescue explained:
“It’s puppy season in Dallas right now and there are always multiple moms with litters at the shelter”
“Dallas Animal Services, a shelter with the 3rd highest number of animal intakes in the entire country, […] took in mama and her 11 babies as strays and cared for them for 2 weeks, but puppies are at a very high risk of getting sick in the shelter environment, so we knew we had to get them out”
Thanks to the cooperation between Dallas Animal Services and Hearts & Bones Rescue, the whole family of 12 were moved out of the shelter straight into foster care.
“The whole family is now relaxing in a comfy and safe home and getting medical care and monitoring until the puppies are old enough to be weaned”
The puppies are only 5 weeks old at the moment and are still nursing. The non-profit organization is planning on moving all of them to NYC in late August to separate foster homes until they find their forever homes.
“The puppies are all so unique looking and adorable, and while we are overwhelmed with applications for Dolly right now, her siblings are still looking for homes in the NYC area! We also need foster homes in NYC ready to take them in when they arrive”
“Caring for a family of 12 is very costly, so donations would be a huge help to us right now”
She is encouraging people to fund medical care for Dolly and her family. Any help is amazing.
Hearts & Bones Rescue work with overcrowded shelters where they receive over 100 animals in a single day sometimes. They give their everything to helping animals.
“Once our dogs leave the shelter, we send them to foster homes in the Dallas area for a couple of weeks to ensure they’re healthy, and then transport them to NYC, where the number of people wanting to adopt dogs is incredibly high!”