This loving story is about a trio of Chihuahuas. Chico, Daisy, and Mitch were found living in a caravan with a bunch of other Chihuahuas. They were promptly taken in by the RSPCA. They were nervous when they first arrived at the shelter. It took months to build their trust. Time goes by; they have become so much more confident and affectionate. But their love for each other’s didn’t change.
They are best friends and they can’t stand being apart from each other. They are incredibly bonded. Now the rescuers are hoping to find them the perfect forever home together. Tiffany Saunders says that they were scared of people when they arrived there. it has taken them some time to get to know each other individually. They may be small, but they are certainly mighty. They have their very own personality, but have one thing in common that is their love for each other! The rescuers hope that the trio will find someone who can take them altogether.
So far, there is been a lot of interest in the trio, but the shelter hasn’t been able to find their perfect match yet. Rescuers describe them as feisty, and they need a family who can handle each of their specific needs.
Saunders says that Daisy is the boss of the trio. She is the one who is most cautious around strangers. She will make you work for her love. She loves long walks and enjoys chasing Mitch around in the paddocks. Once she trusts you she adores cuddles with you. Chico is the most independent one. He is happy on his own.
He usually goes for a good sniff. However, he loves to cuddle up to his pals at bedtime. Mitch is quite timid but is a real lap dog once he knows you. He had to be carried out for the walks initially. But he slowly learned that walks can be fun! He is a bit of a pig.
The trio is hoping to find a quiet home with experienced dog owners who can help them to adjust their new life. They need to be relaxed together and be themselves.
It may take some time to find the right fit for these three. But the rescuers refuse to settle and are willing to wait. The perfect family to adopt them is definitely out there somewhere. Taking the whole three dogs is a kind of responsibility but the rescuers are not ready to separate the trio. One day the best owner will have the amazing trio with them!