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Puppy with mustache headed to New York for adoption

Discussion in 'Rescue & Adoption' started by Michele, Jul 31, 2019.

  1. Michele

    Michele Chi Super Dog Staff Member Administrator

    Puppy with 'mustache ' headed to NYC shelter for adoption

    Posted Jul 31 2019 07:42AM EDT

    Updated Jul 31 2019 08:38AM EDT
    NEW YORK (FOX 5 NY) - Salvador Dolly, a puppy from a Texas shelter who gets her name from painter Salvador Dali due to her 'mustache', is coming to New York City in search of a forever home.
    The puppy is currently being fostered in the Dallas area, according to the Hearts & Bones Rescue in Dallas.
    Eventually, she'll make her way to NYC where the shelter has another facility and "the number of people wanting to adopt dogs is incredibly high."

    The pup's photo has gone viral thanks to the 'mustache' he sports like the legendary artist, Dali.

    Salvador Dolly and her 10 siblings are due in NYC in August or early September. They'll go into foster homes until they find their forever families, according to the rescue agency.

    For more information about fostering a pet and adoption, visit Hearts & Bones Rescue.

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