This week’s Adoptable Pet from Second Chance Animal Aid, Shanghaiist’s adopted animal charity. From the SCAA:
Bitsy is an eight-year-old Australian silk terrier cross. She was brought to China when her family moved here from Australia and unfortunately, the family had to return to Australia unexpectedly soon after arriving in Shanghai. Australia has a strict pet import regulation (six months quarantine!) so the family made the tough decision to leave their dear old lady behind.
Bitsy is a family dog, but due to her age she is a bit impatient with young kids and strangers who try to grab her. She would do great with a couple or a family with older kids.
She’s very healthy, spayed, vaccinated and recently had her teeth cleaned; Bitsy just needs to find a good home to give her a second chance to be a loving member of a family.
Second Chance Animal Aid (SCAA) is a private, non-profit organization and a community passionate about animals. SCAA promotes pet adoption with twice monthly adoption days and a foster care program (but it is not a shelter). You can help! Adopt a pet, become a foster parent or participate in SCAA’s many great events. Go to www.scaashanghai.org to learn more. Shanghaiist is an official media partner of SCAA.