Mexico City’s Second-Chance Canines

Americas Now

Mexico’s National Institute of Statistics and Geography has released an astounding fact. Of the country’s 18 million dogs, 70 percent of them are homeless.

Mexico has the largest number of stray dogs in Latin America.

Many of the dogs are either separated or abandoned by their owners.

Recently, a large number of them were taken to a shelter after being found wandering the subway system in Mexico City.

Take a look at some of these “second-chance canines” looking for a new home.

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