Little Mochi searches for a warm place … in your lap.

by Chun-Soon on December 7, 2011

Mochi was one of our first clients in Lefferts Gardens and she remains the littlest, most affectionate chihuahua we have ever met. She lived with her mom, Katie, on Winthrop street for a good stretch (she is 5 1/2 years old), but now they have moved into a new place. Katie works over 60 hours a week, leaving Mochi home alone most of the time. With tremendous sadness, Katie is looking for a loving home where Mochi can be held, played with and snuggled.

As her dog walker, I can tell you that this is one easy and affectionate pup. She does not yip (!), does not nip, and she loves to sit in your lap. Mochi is up to date on her shots, healthy, spayed and friendly toward small animals and calm children. Rambunctious kids, hyper puppies and the like make her nervous, so she wouldn’t do well in a house with them. I cannot bear the thought of Mochi sitting home alone, which is why her mom has made this difficult decision, and why ProspectBArk is donating a month of free dog walks to the lucky person who adopts her. Do you – or anyone in your network – have room in your life for a little more love?

Please spread the word about Mochilla on your facebook, twitter-tweets and blogs. You can link to this post! Interested people can call me directly or email Katie: katie2483 [at] hotmail [dot com].

MOCHI COMES WITH A MONTH OF FREE DOG WALKS (donated by ProspectBArk) and a huge supply of dog food, wee wee pads, toys, blankets, doggie couture etc. There’s no adoption fee, and nothing to buy for a long time, just a sweet pup waiting by the door when you come home.

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1 Liz Granda December 8, 2011 at 1:56 pm

My husband and I have been looking to adopt a new little family member. We had a teacup yorkie for 12 and a half years who passed away last year from inoperable cancer. I had waited awhile to look for a new dog because my heart was broken. Mochi seems perfect. I’m definitely interested!!
Sincerely,
Liz Granda

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