Help Rosie the Chihuahua get spayed! Rosie is a feisty girl currently living at the Easton Animal Shelter. She was surrendered, along with her mom, Mini. Both are working hard to learn manners so they can go home with a new family. Rosie also needs to be spayed before she can go to her new home.
The dogs are not available at this time but will be after their medical needs are attended to. Both are healthy but must be up to date on their vaccines. Rosie needs to be spayed and they are currently being socialized in a training program.
Assistant Animal Control Officer Tamar Klein has created a limited edition of 10 pairs of earrings to raise funds to pay for Rosie’s surgery. 100% of income from sales of these Chihuahua earrings will go directly to pay for Rosie to get spayed. Earrings are made with .925 sterling silver ear wires.
“I believe that people will feel a sense of kindness when they give or wear the earrings, knowing that they contributed to the wellbeing of an animal in need,” said Tamar.
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The Easton Animal Shelter is at 385 Morehouse Road, Easton Conn. For additional information or assistance, call 203-268-9172.
Its Facebook page can be accessed at https://www.facebook.com/eastonctanimalshelter/
Read about the Easton Animal Shelter here: Caring for Animals During the Pandemic.