These two girls are forever friends and were brought into the rescue centre when we had some volunteer vets in country. They were tiny puppies and one was found in an open hole in a suburb – a caring passerby had lifted her out and brought her in to the centre. The other was found alive with two other siblings when their mother had been killed by a passing car. Two other puppies were adopted out leaving Adele alone. The vets took the two of the puppies and nurtured them, until their volunteer time was over and they left Malawi. Concerned that the two girls would not do well in the rescue centre aka clinic we promised we would take them across to the shelter section. They have grown into beautiful ladies and Adele has a very special drawling yodel greeting when she sees us. Mika is very affectionate and loves to jump up onto something like a window ledge or the table outside to be at our eye level.