Your Pet cries because they have Mange
Even strays need affection!/ Perros callejeros necesitan amor tambien!!!!
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Maria Faena, a volunteer with Amazon CARES, came across the sick, helpless dog in Caballo Cocha at the end of October, 2009. According to fellow volunteer, Naimi Collins, "It was the first day of our neutering project in Caballococha. A few of us decided to go for a well deserved beer after our 8 hour journey down the Amazon to get there. We were all sitting along the outside bar laughing and sharing our experiences so far. As we were sitting there I noticed this very pretty but mange ridden dog sitting staring at us. I got of my stool and called her over. She took on that hunched doggy stance with her little stump of a tail wagging furiously say I’m a bit nervous but I’m really happy your talking to me. I stroked her and that was it. Slowly she introduced herself to all of us! Clearly she had decided “I like these guys, I know they will help me, I’m sticking around”.
Read more about Fluffy, her rescue and recovery process at amazoncares.blogspot.com/2009/11/nurses-fight-for-fluffy….
Maria Faena, una voluntaria vio un enfermo perrito en Caballo Cocha a finales de Octubre 2009. Naimi Collins dice, que era el primer dia de esterilizacion, y algunos decidieron de ir por una Buena cerveza despues de las 8 horas de trabajo. Todos estabamos sentados, cuando en eso vi una linda perrita, viendonos. Me levante y me acerque a ella, ella se herizo pero con gran velocidad su cola se movia. Como diciendo “Estoy muy nerviosa, pero me gusta de que me estes hablando a mi”.
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Can Mange be spread to humans? Yes, humans can get Mange, but the mite can only live up to 3 days without its correct host; therefore the person will itch constantly until the mite dies.
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