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How the dog down the hall decided he'd swap owners

By Michael Tsai

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jan 14, 2014

~~<p>There's no accounting for chemistry. How else might we explain the fact that the charming Chihuahua-terrier soon to be known as Bingo had been twice returned to the Hawaiian Humane Society before prospective pop No. 3 Jorge Molestina walked in the door.</p>
<p>Molestina, a hardworking tour bus driver with a soft spot for animals, had just lost a beloved pug to a fatal bee sting. He had resisted going to HHS for fear that the sight of all those caged animals would break his heart. When he finally decided to go, it was with the determination that he would take the first dog he saw.</p>
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There's no accounting for chemistry. How else might we explain the fact that the charming Chihuahua-terrier soon to be known as Bingo had been twice returned to the Hawaiian Humane Society before prospective pop No. 3 Jorge Molestina walked in the door.

Molestina, a hardworking tour bus driver with a soft spot for animals, had just lost a beloved pug to a fatal bee sting. He had resisted going to HHS for fear that the sight of all those caged animals would break his heart. When he finally decided to go, it was with the determination that he would take the first dog he saw. Login for more...



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