Everyone has suffered in 2020 in one way or another because of the pandemic. One woman became homeless and began living in her car – along with her six small dogs, including two females that were pregnant and soon to give birth. The vehicle did not have air conditioning during the hottest part of the year in Southern California and it was more and more difficult to keep them healthy and fed. Realizing the danger the dogs were in, and with great sadness, she surrendered the dogs to AALOC.
We are happy to report Ladybug, one of the pregnant females, had her litter of four incredibly adorable puppies. Tinkerbell was one of the female puppies and she now has a new home with a family to call her own. Chris, a retired wildlife rehabilitator who has owned some unusual pets, and her husband John welcomed Tinkerbell into their life. Canine sister Missy was also happy to get a new friend. Tinkerbell will grow up in a perfect environment with all the love she needs. Thank you Chris and John for making this possible for little Tink!