Luna, a rescue dog from Puerto Rico, is currently being fostered in New York City where she lives with other dogs and cats — and cleans her cat friends' ears daily.
Luna is a year and a half old and weighs 36 pounds. She was rescued from Puerto Rico by Animal Lighthouse Rescue, and is looking for a forever home in New York City.
She is extremely affectionate, loving and playful, her rescuers said — not only does she groom her cat roommates regularly, but she loves other dogs and adults and will shower both men and women with kisses any chance she gets.
She is afraid of children, so probably shouldn't live with them, but is good about passing them nicely on the street, according to ALR's Julie Sinaw.
"Luna is such a goofy girl," Sinaw said. "She loves to pounce on her toys and bring them to you. She is hilarious to watch."
She is housebroken and well-trained, able to follow commands like sit, down, stay and heel, Sinaw said.
ALR got Luna spayed, up-to-date on her shots and totally healthy, so she's ready to be adopted as soon as the right home is found.