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The three year old was in the early stages of pregnancy when she arrived at the RSPCA last year and had since given birth to two puppies Rough and Tumble.

In th michael kors outlet e last week of December 2013, RSPCA inspectors removed 45 chihuahuas from their previous home.

had phone calls and emails from all over the world, our phones actually broke down with the volume of calls tha michael kors outlet t came in, she said. must have had about 2000 or 3000 calls in the first week. Skip to end of sidebar.

dan smith of north hobart Posted at 11:07 PM May 02, 2014

So the 2000 or 3000 michael kors outlet people who rang about the chihuahuas wanting to adopt then went onto to adopt another homeless Tasmanian dog in bad need of a home. Didn’t think so! Nothing more annoying to hear about the flurry of calls offering a home relating to a story in the media about a homeless animal. In reality, how many of these callers go on to adopt another homeless animal? I suspect very few otherwise we wouldn’t have so many dogs and cats in homeless shelters!

Al Josephs of North Hobart Posted at 11:37 AM May 02, 2014

Peta sorry, I’m with William and Lynda on this. Responsible dog owners desex their dogs so situations like this aren’t possible. I hate to think of the conditions that 45 dogs in one home had to endure, not to mention the liklihood michael kors outlet of inbreeding and future health problems as a result. Well done to the RSPCA for finding homes for them hopefully those interested people that missed out on adopting a chihuahua found another rescue dog in need of a home.