This Poor Chihuahua Was Abandoned 3 Times, the Dog Was Scared in Its Hiding Place

When a puppy from a shelter is adopted, it feels like his life is going to have a happy ending and that he will finally get all the love he deserves after being freed from the cages and streets.

Unfortunately, this is not always the case, and there are species that have been abandoned several times in their lives.

One such unfortunate is Finn Alexander, a Chihuahua who has been traumatized by human cruelty.

saw the beginning of Finn’s public career after he was taken off the street and brought to a shelter in Dallas (USA).

There he was rehabilitated, and soon he was ready to start looking for a loving family. Thanks to his puppy status and great charm, it was easy for the furry one to win the hearts of various applicants.

Several families wanted to adopt Finn, but only one was able to do so.

After completing all the requirements at the shelter to allow the adoption, the animal left for his new home, where they hoped he would live out the rest of his days in happiness. Unfortunately, things did not go as planned! The reason the puppy returned to a shelter in 2019 – five years after being adopted – is unknown.

In a confusing episode, Finn found himself homeless again, but the people who rescued him and brought him to the shelter took it upon themselves to find him a modest new home. Everything seemed to be going according to plan, and miraculously, life gave the dog a new opportunity to be happy.

Although his suffering did not diminish, Finn once again felt abandoned.

For the third time, everything got worse as the puppy was just found in a small box. The creature would have been abandoned in a park with his belongings after years of being cared for by his family.

The story of Finn’s life was made public by CAMO Rescue. This organization made this circumstance in order to raise awareness and find a home for the dog.

2021, he ended up at the Denton Animal Shelter after being left in his box with all his stuff in a park.” They stated on Facebook on April 4 that “microchips don’t lie, and you can’t hide from a ransom!”.

After years of being a victim of human callousness, the dog appears to be afraid, and its body language expresses apprehension and distrust. No one is certain of the motives of Finn’s former families, but nothing can justify the havoc they have wreaked on him.

His rescuers want to find him a real home.

In order to move forward with the case and ensure his new home is long-term, CAMO Rescue, Dental Animal Shelter and Dallas Animal Shelter are now working together.

You can make an appointment with Finn by visiting the shelter’s website. However, it should be noted that after his story, prospective adopters will go through a rigorous screening process.

Finn needs to be adopted by a real family, so he can tell his story and advocate for himself.

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