Chihuahua with deformity just wants a new friend and a new home

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What an amazing, empathetic, compassionate little girl… who will make a difference in this world… she has already one little dog and all of us who’ve seen this! God’s blessings on them both for a very long life together!

A perfect example as to how to some, Rikki isn’t perfect in their eyes. None of us are perfect. We DON’T have to be perfect. Perfect in one person’s eyes is different than what others will call perfect. We love, hurt & want to please others. Love is in the eye of the beholder & these two are PERFECT for each other!!! Perfect or not, we all love and want to be loved!:)

Rikki is a Chihuahua with a deformity in her front legs that made it a challenge when looking for a new home. Rikki needed a family who recognized how unique and special she was, and she found one! Listen as Rikki’s new best friend explains what drew her to Rikki, and what makes Rikki the best dog ever.

This is the story of Rikki, a Chihuahua with a deformity in her legs. This beautiful 2 minute clip reminds us that while every animal might not be perfect, it’s still very possible to make the perfect match with a forever family! Every dog deserves a home for the holidays… and Rikki is definitely enjoying hers!

The touching and heartwarming story of Rikki, a Chihuahua with a deformity in her front legs, reminds us that while every animal might not be perfect, it’s still possible to make the perfect match with a loving family. Every animal deserves a home for the holidays—Rikki is most definitely enjoying hers.

Rikki found her home through the Animal Rescue League of Boston. Several months ago, a little dog named Rikki arrived at our Dedham Adoption Center. Though she had a deformity in her front legs, she certainly didn’t act like she did. She moved and played, and was especially sweet. And that’s what the family that adopted Rikki saw—an affectionate and playful pup who just thought she was like every other dog.

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