Aggressive Rescue Chihuahua Finds A Home That Accepts Him


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Living as a stray in a shelter is a period of wishing for a forever family.

Getting adopted is a life-changing moment for shelter animals. Of course, just because they’ve been adopted, doesn’t mean that their previous life as a stray hasn’t left its mark on them.

Being a stray comes with its own amount of trauma. When we adopted our dog, it was clear afterward that she had a few issues to work through – probably residual issues from her previous life on the streets.


One adorable little chihuahua was no exception. This tiny, pint-sized pooch was adopted by Lee Asher from an SPCA in the Sacramento area.

The little dog was very aggressive, in fact, he had to be separated from the dog companion he’d been picked up with, but that was most likely because he was scared.


When Lee adopted the chihuahua named Kai, he wasn’t too worried about the small pooch’s reactions. He had a feeling that Kai would come around with a little bit of love in his life.

And he was right!


After spending a few days getting acclimated to his new home with his new doggie friends, Kai started to come out of his shell. He began to change, showing that he wasn’t as violent as first assumed. In fact, within a week Kai was a whole new dog!

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