I wanted to take a moment to share what a great experience adopting my dog from Ceci. Throughout the whole process I was thoroughly impressed with Ceci, my local contact and most importantly my new four legged friend Gordi.
Upon learning more about the story behind Ceci's mission and what she is doing to save dogs in Mexico, I knew where I would be adopting my dog. My local foster parent, Monika, has such a passion for the dogs she places from Ceci. When I met Monika and Gordi for the first time, I was nervous when I met Gordi, not only because I was meeting him, but because I knew Monika has an incredibly high standard in where she places Ceci's fosters.
I was lucky enough to have Gordi stay in my home! Once the decision was made, I received all the updated vet paperwork and medical records. Along with the medical records I also received a nice biography. Along with the biography, Monika shared with me some pictures when Gordi was first found by Ceci. To say the least, the pictures were vary sad to see my young Gordi in such rough shape. The job Ceci did to make Gordi into the dog he is today speaks volumes about the passion Ceci and her team has in ensuring her dogs are put on the path to recovery. Fast forward, I've had Gordi a few months, and he is certainly part of the family. My oldest daughter has fallen in love with Gordi, and the two are inseparable. Last week she was sick for three days of school, and Gordi and her snuggled the entire three days.
If you are looking for a great dog, with a great backstory, then please consider Ceci and her team as a great place to find your dog!!
ChaCha is one of the Mexican street dogs rescued by Mila’s Mutts. She spent her days wandering the beach and scrounging or begging for food.
Life in Portland has been an adjustment for ChaCha. She isn’t allowed to roam around freely but she does like to go for long walks! She loves her people and she loves all the new dogs she gets to meet.
Ceci Barraza and Mila’s Mutts do an amazing job! They get each dog the veterinary care they need and they spend time acclimating the dogs to life inside of a home. ChaCha was a little nervous when she first moved in with her new owner, Luz Boyd, but now, they both love sitting on the couch together during those cold, rainy days.
ChaCha and Luz are so happy that Mila’s Mutts is doing the work they are doing for the street dogs in Mexico!