The Souda Shelter Project is far, far away from where this picture was taken.
But that’s where the little girl in the picture is from.
Now she is a citizen of Switzerland, of course, with a summer house in Crete.
Our baby Miri.
If you were at the shelter when she was, you definitely met her and took notice of her.
Smallish girl, huge character.
Well now she has the environment big enough to fit it.
Miri on her first Teleferik (cable car) ride.
The world is yours little girl
Miri a 12kg-bundle of love and fun!
The first three months of her life Miri grew up with her brothers Milo and Mikey. It wasn’t a good life and it cost her brother Milo his left front leg in the end.
Milo and Mikey both were physically stronger than Miri. Maybe that’s one reason for the fact that she always seemed to be a little further in her development than the other young dogs her age. Right from the start Miri was a strong character
Miri is one year old now and just a wonderful young girl who enjoys chasing games, wrestling with her BF Norris, fetching balls and of course getting all wet and dirty in the mud Miri behaves very well within the big group of dogs and in general gets along well with other dogs. Despite her fun and playful character she also has a wonderful calm and sensitive side to her
No one has shown any interest in her so far and it’s difficult to understand why. Norris is adopted now and will leave soon and once more she will stay behind. Miri is an amazing character with perfect size and weight. Why not giving this a chance?