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Meet Mia, an Adoptable from OPIN (Outreach to Pets in Need)

If belly rubbing was a sport, I'd be an Olympian!

My name is Mia. My life has been pretty hard so far, but my motto still is, Don't worry, be happy.

When I first came to OPIN, I was very thin and did not feel so good. For awhile I stayed at the vet's, where I learned how much I love people. If fact, I have never met a person of any size that I don't love.

If you can come and meet me, you can scratch my belly. I love belly rubs! Once you start I will give you two hours to stop. One of the volunteers says he has never met a dog who loves people more than I do, and that is true! They also tell me how athletic I am.

When it comes to running and jumping, I am just good at it. But when you call my name I will come running to you. My favorite thing is belly rubs, did I mention that? And also sitting with my people, even more than running around. So if you are looking for someone who is not too crazy about running around, I am your girl.

If you pat your chest, I will jump up so I can kiss you; I love to give kisses. I have few worries in life. Some people got worried that I was chewing my tail, so I am missing some of it; they tell me that makes me more special a one-of-a-kind.

Awhile back I was playing cards with some other dogs and they cheated me out of my money, so now when I see other dogs I get mad and try to get my money out of them. Sometimes it's a problem, but if my people remind me with the leash, I will let bygones be bygones. Come scratch my belly! 

Spayed/Neutered • Up-to-date with routine shots • House trained • Prefers a home without: cats, dogs • Primary color: White or Cream • Coat length: Short

For more info about Mia, please call 917-797-4742 or 203-569-1970, or e-mail Adopt@OPINPets.org and put "Mia" in the subject line. 

Mia is eligible for Pets for Patriots, which entitles military professionals and veterans to discounted pet care for the life of the pet through partner veterinarians. 

OPIN is fundraising for a better-than-ever new City Shelter, matching the City's funds. Donations may be made online and marked for the "New Shelter." Visit us at: www.opinpets.org or email us at: outreach@opinpets.org 

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