These two are really cute little tykes and were rescued from beneath a bush when it was pouring with rain. They both had maggot wounds on paw and mouth and it was fortunate that they were rescued in time.
Both are now bright eyed and bushy tailed after treatment from our vets at IDA and because they have been kept in a safe house in foster care. This is just what our tinies need to give them a start at a good life. Foster care. They thrive when they are kept as safe as any healthy baby, well fed, warm and safe in their foster home. This is where they can safely wait to be adopted and that's the next step we get busy with.
In the home, they can be easily trained to 'go' in the proper place - check out the newspaper in the first picture. They quickly learn to relieve themselves in the correct area, no matter how small they are.
Sandy has a lovely fluffy black brown coat and Tutu is beautiful with her shiny black fur.
Both are waiting to be adopted. Wish them luck!