Kinta didn’t always have reason to smile. When Kinta was around a year old, Michelle found her on top of a neighbor’s car in Owasso, Oklahoma. It was a mystery how she got there but she looked hungry and thirsty. Michelle took her to the vet where it was determined she was not microchipped.

After searching for Kinta’s unknown owners for several months, Kinta became part of Michelle’s family permanently. She’s now around 8 years old.

But when did the family first notice Kinta’s “squinta”? It started off as a guilty dog expression but when she got cuddles and hugs for it, she associated the squint with love and attention. So no wonder it has become a regular thing, and something Michelle is happy to share with the rest of the world.

Kinta is now around 7 to 8 years old and loves nothing more than making her forever family laugh with her funny little smiles (and winks).

In addition to her parents, Kinta has quite the extensive furry family — there's her big sister, a cat named Honey, and three younger guinea pig sisters named Smore, Lemon and Noodles.


Responses to "Dog Just Can’t Stop Smiling Ever Since She Found A Home "

  1. Anonymous says:

    gorgeous and so happy to the heros who have taken her in thank you so very much Val in Perth Western Australia

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