My name is Bella 🌼
I was trapped in a deep monsoon drain with my brother, Taco when we were just 2.5 months old.
The drain will turn into a massive waterfall during raining days. We had to eat dried leaves and roots to survive.
Our rescuer found us after many days of trying to track down our cries for help.
We were very afraid. We’ve never been so close to a hooman before so we shivered in fear. They didn’t hurt us, and they fed us nice food. But we still didn’t dare to get near them or be touched. It’s a scary time for us!
Dr Vet gave us medicines & vaccination, and we stayed with one of our rescuer in their toilet room. 😌 We kept hiding under the sink, only coming out to eat & play when hoomans are not around.
Two weeks later, a few hoomans came and visited us. They got us to touch them, and walk with something on our necks. We kept repeating the exercise & we found that we liked it very much, especially when they brought us outside to play!
I’m still a little afraid of hoomans, especially the ones I don’t know. But I enjoy the massages & pats given to me by the ones I get to spend time often.
I’m now almost 4.5 months old. And still hoping for a forever loving family to call home.
I like quiet, calm surroundings. But I also like to play & jump when I’m happy. I feel safer if there is a nice older doggo to guide me & stay with me.
I love apples and doggy treats.
Will you be my forever home? 🙏🏻❤️
-She is not spayed as it is still a puppy, thus adopter needs to promise to spay later
Fee: Free/Donation welcome to help future rescues