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Rescued Chihuahua recovers from jaw surgery

The grey Chihuahua in this picture is a little dog with a big need.

Mouse and his friend Cookie sat in a valley shelter for three months after their owner fell ill, then died. No one in the shelter noticed that poor Mouse was in terrible pain from a broken jaw and dental disease.

After Scooters Pals rescued this dynamic duo, it found out about Mouse’s surgical needs.



Mouse is now recovering from his operation, and Scooters could use your help to pay for his tab. Scooters Pals has established “Frankie’s Fund” to help with these extreme rescues.

Go to http://ScootersPals.org to donate to via Paypal, or mail checks to Box 1687, Cedar Ridge, CA, 95924, with a note “for Mouse.” Mouse will be available for adoption after he recovers.


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