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Monday Cute: Frida the Rescue Dog Is the Floofiest Hero of the Mexico Earthquake

10/10 Would let rescue if in need

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As Mexico City and the surrounding areas work through the aftermath of the devastating earthquake that hit earlier this week, a lot of heroes have stepped forward to help rescue survivors. Not the least of which is this beautiful pupper, Frida.

Frida is nowhere near the only wonder pup saving lives in Mexico, but she does have an incredible reputation. In her time as a rescue dog, the 7-year-old lab having saved more than 50 lives (via the above video) in a number of natural disasters.

Frida is a hero pup, who is now working to find survivors of the Mexico City earthquake. 1,00,000/10 would let save in time of devastation.

The work Frida is doing is important in devastating circumstances. At the same time, I cannot stop looking at these boots.

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That is one heroic pup. Since we can’t all be Frida, here are a few ways you can help those in need:

Direct Relief

Global Giving

Fondo Unito Mexico

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(via Reuters, image: screengrab, Twitter)

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