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“When we offered her food and water, she came right up to us. It was clear she needed help and we were glad that she trusted us so quickly,” said The Street Dog Project Team.
They named her Mika. When they returned to see her a few days later, she seemed to remember them. Mika was all smiles after a few days of food, water, care and air-conditioning.
Mika is a total gem, and is available for adoption. Interested parties can inquire on TSDP’s Facebook page or through PoundWise.
Thank you to The Street Dog Project and to Mika’s foster family for saving Mika.
To help TSDP, please visit their Facebook Page to learn more about fostering, adopting or donating to support their mission. The Street Dog Project has saved more than 34 dogs in their first 5 months of forming, but the team combined has saved over 700 animals prior to forming The Street Dog Project. They focus on streets dogs in Dallas. In addition to recusing dogs, they make a difference by encouraging the community to take care of thir animals. "One of the volunteers for SoupMobile came up to us and said, 'Since you've been coming here, I've seen less stray dogs on the streets and I've seen people treating their animals better,'" The Street Dog Project’s Jean-Paul "JP" Bonnelly told Dallas CultureMap. "That's how you know it works. People tell you it works.”