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(3 months old) Momo and Qiqi Need a Home!

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(3 months old) Momo and Qiqi Need a Home!

Postby m00pabeep » 28 Sep 2011, 21:32

I am an English teacher in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, and have been keeping two 2-3 month old puppies that I found as strays in my apartment for the past three weeks. Unfortunately, I can't keep the puppies because my landlord forbids it. So I am looking for a new home for them. Can you help me find a new home for them in either Taiwan or abroad? (There is a non-profit in Seattle that is willing to find them a home there, but I would need someone who is traveling to Seattle to take the dogs as "extra baggage") They have already received their first set of vaccinations, and pee and poop only on the designated newspaper. They are very easy to train!

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