'Baja 34 Rescue' Project Saves 34 Homeless Animals
Amanda Bernocco - HNGN.com
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June 9, 2015

A couple rescued 34 stray dogs on their Mexico vacation. (Go Fund Me )

Jeff and Diana Hall deviated from their schedule on their Mexico vacation to rescue 34 homeless dogs and cats.

While the couple was vacationing in La Paz they spotted a pack of stray dogs and cats living by the beach "in need of medical attention," according to the Go Fund Me page the Halls created to help the animals.

The pack of animals consisted of eight puppies (about 3-4 weeks old), five puppies about 14-weeks-old, 14 adult dogs and seven cats.

It would be illegal due to certain regulations and requirements for the couple to bring the animals home with them to the U.S. so they fed the animals throughout the whole trip and brought them to Baja Dogs La Paz - a U.S.-based organization created to help organize the transfers of dogs to the U.S. and Canada for adoption.

When Baja Dogs La Paz learned about the 34 animals in need of help the organization created the Baja 34 Rescue Project.

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