(Photo: MSPCA Angell)
BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — An Adorable chihuahua duo found wandering the streets of Boston are now free for adoption at the MSPCA-Angell.
The 3-year-old chihuahua-mix pair were brought in by a Good Samaritan to the animal control office in Roslindale without identification tags or microchips. They were not claimed. The pair will be spayed and neutered next week.
Now named “McDreamy” and “Meredith Grey,” the MSPCA-Angell says the dogs are friendly and social and would do well in almost any kind of home.
“It feels unlikely to us that they could not have had a home, but no one has called about them so our focus is on finding a wonderful and caring home for the pair,” said Anna Rafferty-Arnold, associate director of the MSPCA’s Boston adoption center in a statement. "We’re housing them separately in adjacent runs just to give them some space but it’s clear they love each other as there is a lot of jumping for joy when we take them out for walks together.”
Both have been given a clean bill of health from veterinarians.