Couple On Vacation Were Surrounded By A Pack Of 34 Homeless Dogs. Watch What They Did Next.
Minnesota couple Jeff and Diana Hall recently vacationed in La Paz, Mexico, where they planned on getting some sun, surf, and relaxation. However, they didn't bargain for the surprise that met them when they got there: A pack of 34 stray animals that ended up capturing their hearts.
Other people might have avoided the dogs, but the Halls are animal lovers: They even run a dog day camp back in their hometown! This pack of strays must have sensed it, and soon, everyone made friends with one another. What the couple did for these animals is nothing short of amazing - it might even bring a tear to your eye.
The 34 dogs on the beach in La Paz had no food or shelter, and they quickly befriended the Halls, who wanted to give them both.
The couple tried to place the animals in local shelters, but unfortunately, they were already full.
However, despite that obstacle, the Halls didn't want to give up on their new friends.
So, they started a GoFundMe page in the hopes that they would find legal ways to get each and every one of the animals to a home in Minnesota.
However, they were faced with the daunting task of bringing all the animals back to Minnesota.
The group included13 puppies, four dogs, and seven cats. The Halls dubbed them The Baja 34.
According to their Facebook page, they have to crowdsource enough money to get all of the animals vaccinated, spayed, or neutered, as well as money to transport them to the United States.
Though the Halls say that some of the animals are still a little nervous around people, most of them have come around.
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