Saturday, January 9, 2016

MIAMI FL - MIGUEL ROJAS, 89, HUGS HIS NEW 5-POUND CHIHUAHUA GIVEN TO HIM AND HIS WIFE, ADA, BY A GOOD SAMARITAN AFTER PIT BULL TYPE DOGS KILLED THEIR BELOVED "GUCCI"

WSVN-TV - 7NEWS Miami
MIAMI (WSVN) -- An elderly couple recovering from the devastation caused by a dog attack was given a puppy by a good Samaritan.
Eighty-nine-year-old Miguel Rojas and his wife Ada are happy to hold a new puppy in their arms after their first dog, a 5-pound Chihuahua named Gucci, was killed in a stray dog attack, Thursday morning. Ada was also badly injured in the attack and needed over 100 stitches.
Upon seeing his injured wife and their beloved pet, Miguel suffered a heart attack and had to be hospitalized. "I said the only thing to get my father out of this state that he's in of depression and heartbreak, is getting a puppy," Miguel's daughter Ada Jr. said.
After the Rojas' original story aired, a good Samaritan gave the couple an 8-week-old puppy in an attempt to help their healing process. "We felt Gucci's death very, very big and this dog is going to make us continue to live," Ada Sr. said as her daughter translated.


Miguel Rojas was in tears after he saw their new puppy. He and his wife are incredibly grateful for their new companion. "God has given us a gift today," Ada Sr. said as her daughter translated.
The family said that they will make sure to keep this puppy safe.

"IT'S SAD TO SAY, BUT THIS PUPPY WILL NOT WALK THE SIDEWALKS OF MIAMI," ADA JR SAID.  "IT WILL NEVER BE IN THE STREETS OF MIAMI....NEVER." 
The two dogs that attacked Ada Sr. and Gucci were taken away by Animal Services. One dog is currently under quarantine and the other is under observation.


http://www.wsvn.com/story/30922452/good-samaritan-gives-puppy-to-elderly-dog-attack-victims#.VpFQYeF_Lcx.facebook






NEVER adopt a pit bull. NEVER buy a pit bull. NEVER "rescue" a pit bull. NEVER dogsit a pit bull. NEVER feed a pit bull for a neighbor going out of town. NEVER continue a walk with your normal breed dog if you spot a pit loose or with its owner. NEVER allow your normal breed dog out in your own backyard alone if you share a fence with a pit bull owner. All of the above has resulted in maimings and deaths MANY times. Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness....a thing of the past since pit pollution has become so rampant in our neighborhoods.


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