Exactly where or when she was born, we do not know.
What we do know are the facts, as told by her original rescuer:
Camila was seen regularly crossing the streets of Downtown Tijuana, until one day,
when she was only about six moths old, she was hit by a car. A "good Samaritan"
saw what happened and put her leg in a makeshift splint made of a piece of wood
and some dirty rags. After this, he was sent back out onto the streets.
When one of our volunteers found Camila she was still wearing the dirty splint,
which had now caused her a very severe and painful infection on her injured leg.
SHE WAS ABOUT TO LOSE HER LEG!
It took well over six months of regularly cleaning and re-bandaging her leg,
but all of her foster mom's diligent care payed off. Today all you can see is a small
scar. Just a silent testimony to Camila's resilience.
We are showcasing her story because after enduring such a long and painful
recovery, Camila deserves to find her forever family. One that will give her
the warmth and security that her spirit yearns.
Weight - approx. 30 lbs.
Age - almost 2 years old
Personality - energetic and full of life
Cats - no problem
Dogs - Okay with smaller dogs, but shy and a bit fearful of larger dogs. She must
be introduced to them properly
Exercise - Yes please! Loves going on walks and exploring new places.
Crate trained - yes
Car/Road-trips - good manners
PLEASE CONSIDER ADOPTING CAMILA.
SEE HER FULL PROFILE ON OUR Petfinder page