Canine Fire Survivors Continue to Wait for Homes

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Back in April we told you about a massive fire that destroyed 2,900 homes in Valparaiso, Chile. While the fire left many humans homeless it also affected many house pets and stray dogs. Out of the devastation came hope, when a group of concerned animal lovers organized an emergency shelter area to treat and care for the many dogs that lost their homes and owners, but until today, many of those pets are still waiting to be reunited with their original owners, or adopted into new loving homes.

Read our original story “Community Works Together to Save Pets from Massive Forest Fire” to learn more.

Nacho, one of the many dogs that survived the fire.
Nacho, one of the many dogs that survived the fire.

“After months of proper care, most of these animals are ready to find a new home,” said Romina Raglianti, who has worked and helped care for the rescued dogs. “[The pets] have gone through a lot, and they deserve the love and support of a good family.”

Pantuflas
Pantuflas

A local animal clinic, Hospital Veterinario de Campaña, is the group organizing the adoption of these forgotten dogs, anyone interested in adopting one of the fire survivors can contact the organization via email at [email protected].

Mansito
Mansito

See all dogs available for adoption on this Facebook album. You can change the life of one of them.

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