In Spanish a U has the sound of the American English OO (as in moon, soon, croon). So puppies, said by a Spanish speaker comes out sounding like poopies!.
poopies, poopies, poopies!
One of the things I’ve recently become involved in is a group called ‘Yucatan Ayuda Para Animales’ (YAPA).
In addition to my YAPA involvement I am also volunteering at evolucion to help with maintenance and cleaning up of the sanctuario, and to offer much needed attention to the dogs housed there. With over 100 dogs, there is a lot of needed for attention, socialization, training, and dog walking; so if you find yourself so inclined come on down and rub a belly, take a dog or two for a walk, or help build shelves, scoop poop, or whatever else needs doing…
YAPA is also organizing a Spay and Neuter Clinic for cats to be held in September,
AND Tom and I are currently fostering 2 puppies.
Meet Netira and
These two pups were abandoned outside the santuario evolucion a few weeks ago at about 5 weeks of age. They were to young to get the vaccines vital to their health in this type of communal environment (possibility of many communicable diseases).
someone please adopt one or both of these babies. They are ready to go now, they have been undergoing all their worming, building up their immunity, B12 to fight the anemia, they eat well on their own, are learning their names, and are just so loving and attentive. They will be able to start their vaccines next week.
They are seriously adorable, just look at what I’m talkin about