Lauren McKnight of the Key Largo Animal Shelter comforts a female dog that made the crossing from Cuba on a small sailboat crowded with people and another dog.
Lauren McKnight of the Key Largo Animal Shelter comforts a female dog that made the crossing from Cuba on a small sailboat crowded with people and another dog. Kevin Wadlow KeysInfoNet
Lauren McKnight of the Key Largo Animal Shelter comforts a female dog that made the crossing from Cuba on a small sailboat crowded with people and another dog. Kevin Wadlow KeysInfoNet

Two dogs that crossed the Florida Straits with migrants on the mend in Key Largo

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