Down by the river park in Muzha, southern Taipei, I found a border collie mix and her six pups running around the grass two Sundays ago. The pups were full of life, rolling and tumbling on each other in the cutest way possible, unaware life had dealt them a raw deal. For at the moment their life, their home, is the riverside grasses, and a narrow drain pipe running under the bicycle paths.
Stray Dog and I have been out capturing these adorable little creatures and have managed to find at least temporary homes for two of the pups, and also the mother (who we’ll capture after all the pups are taken care of).
These are all beautiful dogs, highly intelligent, and easy to train. We’re looking for some good homes to take the remaining four in. You don’t need to make a lifelong committment at this point. We need to get them out of the pipe and grasses they are now living in before the dogcatchers get them and put them down. There are two white and two black pups if you have a preference.
It’s pretty urgent that we find at least temporary homes in the next few days. If you can help please send me a pm or call Stray Dog 0920 620 109.