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No Paws, No Problem: Special Needs Puppy Is Adorably Unstoppable

No Paws, No Problem: Special Needs Puppy Is Adorably Unstoppable

If you haven’t been following The Mia Foundation, you’ve been missing out on some fantastically adorable dogs. Today let’s talk about this amazing little guy, McFly:

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Perfecting his trick!Such a smart pup 🙂

Posted by Love For Mia – Cleft Palate Chihuahua on Sunday, 15 November 2015

He was born with a deformity in his front legs and was dropped off at the shelter when he was just a day old.

But he’s not letting his disability hold him back. He’s got the boxing stance of a fluffy little Muhammad Ali and the heart to match. And you better watch out, because he’s training hard! Anybody else hearing the Rocky music?

Source: Precious Chihuahua throws the cutest punches ever! by TheMiaFoundation on Rumble

McFly’s a sweetheart, but he’s not afraid to stand up for himself. If you come on his turf clangin’ around like a toy heart, you’re gonna get barked at. END OF STORY.

Source: Sue Rogers

The Mia Foundation, based in Rochester, NY, describes their mission accordingly:

The Mia Foundation was developed to give animals born with birth defects a fighting chance. So many animals born with birth defects, such as cleft palates or missing limbs, are euthanized at birth. With a little work and a lot of love, these animals give back so much more than anyone could possibly imagine. All they need is a chance!!

You can learn more about the Mia Foundation and McFly by following them on Facebook. You can also take a look at their website here and check out their Amazon wish list.

Thank you, Mia Foundation, for everything you do!

Hmmmmm….wonder what other adventures mom has planned for today. I don't think anything can beat that leaf adventure!

Posted by Love For Mia – Cleft Palate Chihuahua on Friday, 6 November 2015

Featured Image via The Mia Foundation

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