Home » La historia de Lucia – Dog Rescue and Adoption in Cuerámaro GTO Mexico

Perrita GIRL 1

Little Miss Curiosity. Es muy curiosa.

Little Miss Curiosity. She likes playing with her sisters and she admires me from a distance all the time. She is so beautiful. Her face looks like a mask for a masquerade ball, a formal event with music and dancing where people attend a party in costume wearing a mask.


Perrita GIRL 2

Very Independent. She weighed 4 kg on her last veterinarian visit. Now she weighs more than her brothers! Her eyes are gray and blue, and she has a white beauty mark on her nose and back. She loves to play in the doghouse and she usually brings toys there to play. Last week I saw her playing with my dirty socks and the next day I found she had put them in the doghouse. In informal English, being “in the doghouse” means someone is annoyed with you and shows their disapproval. Muy independiente.
Muy independiente.


Perrita GIRL 3

She follows me everywhere. Nos digue a todos lados.

She follows me everywhere, has the shortest hair of all and has a cute beauty mark on her nose. She loves to eat but since she was one of the smallest in the liter, she had to compete with the others for food. Now she is about the same size as her sisters and extremely healthy. She always gets the most LIKES and SHARES on Facebook! Nos digue a todos lados.


Perrita GIRL 4

She likes to eat alot. Le gusta comer mucho.

She likes to eat constantly, however, she remains the smallest. Her eyes remind me of Cleopatra’s make up, so we named her after the ruler of Egypt depicted in the 1963 American epic historical drama film by the same name. We call her Cleo for short. Le gusta comer mucho.

Chico BOY 1

Howly Bear.
Aullido Oso.

Chico BOY 2

Very sweet and short hair. Muy dulce y pelo corto.

Very sweet and short hair.
Muy dulce y pelo corto.

Chico BOY 3

The biggest one! El más grande! Muy dulce y pelo corto.

The biggest one!
El más grande!

Chico BOY 4

Very playful.
Muy juguetón.

Very playful. Muy juguetón. Lucia’s Puppies

By Brett Eldredge

I was caught up in your brown eyes
Lookin’/Looking up at the blue skies
Really made me realize
They don’t make ’em/them quite like you
Cinnamon skin in the sunshine
Stopped time in the moonlight
Really made me feel like
Like I could fall for you
Then one day you were just gone
And I’ve been wonderin’/wondering for so long
Oh, was it your heart or mine?
Was it just the wrong time, Gabrielle?
We never got very far
But, girl, wherever you are
I wish you well
You were pickin’/picking flowers on a side road
Leanin’ back on a fence post
Couldn’t help but notice
You were wantin’/wanting somethin’/something more
I was starin’/staring off in the distance
Blinked twice and I missed it
Can we just rewind it
Like it was before?
And I woke up and you were gone
And I’ve been wonderin’ for so long
Oh, was it your heart or…


I:  me
a: used when referring to someone or something for the first time in a text or conversation-“a man came out of the room”
are: second person singular present and first, second, third person plural present of be.
at: expressing location
back: the side or part of something that is away from the spectator or from the direction in which it moves or faces-“at the back of the hotel is a secluded garden”
before: during the period of time preceding (a particular event, date, or time)-“she had to rest before dinner”
blinked: shut and open the eyes quickly-“he blinked his eyes nervously”
blue: color
brown: color
but: used to introduce a phrase or clause contrasting with what has already been mentioned-“he stumbled but didn’t fall”
can: be able to-“they can run fast”
caught: catch
couldn’t: contraction meaning could not
distance: an amount of space between two things or people-“I bicycled the short distance home”
eyes: globular organs in the head
far: adverb: far; comparative adverb: farther; superlative adverb: farthest; comparative adverb: further; superlative adverb: furthest
fence: a barrier, railing, or other upright structure, typically of wood or wire, enclosing an area of ground to mark a boundary, control access, or prevent escape.
flowers: (of a plant) produce flowers; bloom-“these daisies can flower as late as October”
Gabrielle: A proper name
girl: a female child
got: past and past participle of get.
help: the action of helping someone to do something; assistance-“I asked for help from my neighbors”
in: position
Leanin’/Leaning: be in or move into a sloping position-“he leaned back in his chair”
Lookin’/Looking: verb-sight or vision
made: past of make
me: refer to oneself
mine: refers to a thing or things belonging to or associated with the speaker-“you go your way and I’ll go mine”
missed: fail to hit, reach, or come into contact with (something aimed at)-“a laser-guided bomb had missed its target”
more: a greater or additional amount or degree-“I poured myself more coffee”
never: at no time in the past or future; on no occasion; not ever-“they had never been camping in their lives”
notice: the fact of observing or paying attention to something-“their silence did not escape my notice”
off: away from the place in question; to or at a distance-“the man ran off”
on: physically in contact with and supported by (a surface)-“on the table was a water jug”
or: links alternatives like “a cup of tea or coffee”
pickin’/picking: take hold of and remove (a flower, fruit, or vegetable) from where it is growing-“I went to pick some flowers for Jenny’s room”
post: a long, sturdy piece of timber or metal set upright in the ground and used to support something or as a marker-“follow the blue posts until the track meets a forestry road”
realize: become fully aware
rewind: a mechanism for rewinding a tape or film-“my player’s got a fast forward and rewind”
road: a wide way leading from one place to another, especially one with a specially prepared surface which vehicles can use.
side: a position to the left or right of an object, place, or central point-“a town on the other side of the river”
skies: region of the atmosphere
somethin’/something: a thing that is unspecified or unknown-“we stopped for something to eat”
starin’/staring: look fixedly or vacantly at someone or something with one’s eyes wide open-“he stared at her in amazement”
the: to point forward
They: to refer to two or more people
time: a point of time as measured in hours and minutes past midnight or noon – “the time is 9:30”
twice: two times; on two occasions-“the tablets should be taken twice a day”
up: higher place
very: in a high degree-“very much so”
wantin’/wanting: lacking in a certain required or necessary quality-“they weren’t wanting in confidence”
was: irregular verb of to be
We: used by a speaker to refer to himself or herself and one or more other people considered together-“shall we have a drink?”
well: in a good or satisfactory way-“the whole team played well”
wherever: in all places; regardless of where-“it should be available wherever you go to shop”
wish: feel or express a strong desire or hope for something that is not easily attainable-“we wished for peace”
woke: alert to injustice in society, especially racism-“we need to stay angry, and stay woke”
wonderin’/wondering: characterized by or expressive of a desire to know something; curious-“unsure where she was leading to, I cast her a wondering look”
wrong: not correct or true; incorrect – “that is the wrong answer”
your: belonging

Lucia’s Puppies

BORN June 2, 2020, Fecha de nacimiento 2 de junio.

German Shepard puppies for adoption. A month ago we found a female dog hungry and thirsty. Next day we found she had 8 puppies hidden underneath a bush in downtown Cueramaro Guanajuato, Mexico. We adopted the mom and we named her Lucia. We have been taking care of the litter since then. The puppies are gorgeous, playful, curious, potty-trained and healthy! The puppies are are learning very fast, they are super intelligent🤓They would be great pet to join to a loving caring family.


Cachorros Pastor alemán mixto en adopción. Hace un mes encontramos una perrita hambrienta y con sed. Al siguiente día la encontramos debajo de un arbusto en el jardín de Cuerámaro Guanajuato. Adoptamos a la perrita y le pusimos Licia. Hemos cuidado de la camada desde entonces. Los cachorros están hermosos, son juguetones, curiosos y están sanos. Están aprendiendo muy rápido, son muy interesantes🤓. Son perfectos para una familia amorosa y responsable.