I met Gigi yesterday and she’s SO SWEET bless her. Skinny which isn’t a surprise given that she was left to wander and find food by herself. She’s eating well and enjoying her food and her new life in foster. Gigi is fortunate as she came for food and human attention more quickly than her friend who still hasn’t been caught.

We found Gigi’s x owner, she was microchipped. he admitted dumping them (one still out there). He said he couldn’t take care of them properly so he dumped them? Not sure why he thinks it’s a better option leaving them to fend for themselves in the middle of nowhere.

She’s been thoroughly checked over – underweight but in good condition generally. Vaccinations will be done then she’s up to date and ready to go! She’s a gentle, easy little soul with eyes that melt you. Great with people and loves human companionship and attention, still scared of dogs and loud noises which is usual for dogs who have come from life on the outlying Islands.

(UD: 06/09)


Kirsten’s Zoo is always in need of donations and foster homes to help our dogs. Every dog in our care requires food and a foster until homed. Plus, health check, desex, vaccinations, de-flea, worming, Heartgard & microchip. Some of our older dogs need ongoing medication and more frequent vet visits.

You can help a dog by sponsoring for $220 a month. Please consider a onetime, monthly or annual donation. Click here n how to sponsor or donate.