Brownsville dealership to host pet adoption event

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BROWNSVILLE, Texas (KVEO)—Charlie Clark Nissan in Brownsville announced it will host an adoption event Saturday, June 12.

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The local dealership will work with rescuers from the Brownsville Animal Defense (B.A.D).

The event is free and family-friendly, according to the dealership.

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The event will include pups of all ages and breeds who are ready to find their forever home, including Pete, a chihuahua mix named for the late Cameron County Commissioner Pete Benavides.

The dealership says Saturday’s event includes four chihuahua siblings with a story.

The chihuahuas were dumped in a ditch on April 14, near Pedro “Pete” Benavides Park in Brownsville.

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Brownsville Animal Defense (B.A.D.) receives urgent calls and messages on a daily basis, according to the dealership.

For more information about BAD and the Adoption/Donation Drive event, click here.

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