A chihuahua described as a "haunted Victorian child in the body of a small dog that hates everyone” has landed back at a West Michigan shelter.

The Story of Link the Demon Dog

A few months back we told you about a little devil of a dog (who's devilishly cute, by the way!) at Noah Project in Muskegon.

Instead of sugarcoating Link's quirks, the shelter was honest - brutally honest. They wrote:

Link has been here for almost 80 days. I don't even know what to say about this entity that is here at Noah Project to make him sound somewhat palatable for adoption. Almost everyone knows a demon chihuahua, and if you don't, you do now. We don't want to lie to you guys and tell you that he's a sweet little boy who loves everyone and everything, because he doesn't. Not many people want a 10 year neurotic old ornery man. Every day when we see him we feel the wrath of his hellscape.


Now this is not to say Link doesn't have his good qualities! Noah Project says Link has his people that he attaches to and likes.

Other positives about 10-year-old Link:

  • You can go ahead and cancel your Ring subscription because as soon as people hear this demonic entity coming from inside your house, they will run away in fear.
  • If you have a roommate and don't know how to tell them it's time to get a new place, he’ll do it for you. No awkward conversations needed.
  • Maybe you have in-laws that are always coming over, that’ll stop after Link shows up in the picture.

So Where is Link The Demon Dog Now?

Our favorite demonic chihuahua is still looking for his forever home.

Noah Project shares that Link was being fostered, but was not a fan of one of the cats at the home.

Links foster parent says,

Linky will make a great dog for a single person. He is so smart and loving when he bonds, but he gets too protective and reactive. I tried everything. If it was just me, I would keep him in a heartbeat. He would do best in a household without younger cats. He was alright with my older cat, but my younger one scared him with her quick movements.

So what do you say? Know anyone in a single household (without other dogs, younger cats, or kids) who maybe wants to give this beloved demon dog a try?

Reach out to Noah Project!

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