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This is what heaven looks like. In Costa Rica, there’s an animal shelter that’s home to over 900 rescued dogs. It’s called Territorio de Zaguates, meaning Land of the Strays.
The volunteer-run, no-kill shelter is located in the beautiful rolling hills of Santa Barbara, in the Heredia province. Every day, the neutered canines get to roam around the property and play with visitors. And when it’s bedtime, their caretakers arrange comfy beds.
But here’s the coolest part: the organisation believes every dog is special, and strays are no less valuable than purebreds. So instead of calling them mutts, they assign fictional breed names …