If you follow us on social media, you might remember Banjer. Banjer was the smallest one of the Mahuma Puppies and also the only boy. Well, Banjer found his new family but his cute sister Belinda is still waiting to find hers. Can you help her find a home and human to call her own?
Belinda is a stunning female of approx. 7 months old and definitely still a puppy. She is a well-mannered and respectful dog who is eager to learn and continues to impress us. She would love to be adopted by someone/a family who can give her time, space and above all, love. Belinda will be a loyal friend for life!
Belinda has been spayed and is fully vetted.
For more info about Belinda or one of our other adoptable dogs, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet Bibi and Kelsey. These two loving ladies go together like peanut butter and jelly, like eggs and bacon, like milk and cookies. They are BFFF's (Best Furry Friends Forever) and they would love to move into a foster home (or even better ― a forever home) together.
These puppies are just days old and sadly rejected by their mom. They need to be fed every couple hours, quite the task! So to make things easier, our friends at Dierenbescherming Curaçao have agreed to 'mom' them during the day while we take on the night shifts. Working together we can achieve so much more!
How is Rex still here? We are not sure why this handsome dog still hasn't been adopted. Rex is approx. 3 years old and his best qualities are that he's energetic, very sweet, loyal, and well-behaved. Sounds like a keeper to us!
Our stunning Lulu might look like a tough cookie, but she is really a lap dog in disguise. Lulu is a big softy, a snuggle bum who loves life, loves people, and loves other dogs. She is full of energy and would like to share her love for life with her humans.
Dios spar nos! 11 more mouths to feed, 11 more souls to vet and provide for. So relieved we were able to help this family. Mini and her mini-me’s are safe and loved in a warm foster home. Never will Mini have to beg for food again for her and her babies.
By offering your heart and home to a rescued dog, you'll not only be enriching your own life — you will also be saving theirs! We have made a list with 10 reasons why adopting a CARFIE is awesome.
Save the date! On Wednesday, February 28th, you can shop for generously priced dog toys and accessories, handmade bijou, post cards, home decorations, gifts, books, and more during a special porch sale. All proceeds will be donated to CARF! First come, first served.
Meet Meghan. Meghan is the real life version of the emoji dog. This happy-go-lucky spayed female has white fur with a brown patch around her one eye. She's often seen smiling, with both eyes open and her tongue hanging out. Yep, she is pretty much a living emoji — the faces she makes are just PERFECT.
One of the joys of working at CARF is receiving updates on our adopted dogs. Who remembers Sneezy? Sneezy was adopted in August 2012 and has since been a much loved companion.