Let the music begin, as our Latin Dancers take to the dance floor:
Bolero - Male, 3-4 years old, missing the tip of his left ear (probably from frostbite)
The Bolero originated in the late 18th century in Spain. The dance traveled to Cuba and eventually spread to other Latin American countries. It has been called the "most popular lyric tradition in Latin America".
Mambo - Female, 3-4 years old, sister to Tango
The Mambo originated in the late 1940's of Cuban origin and is rhythmically similar to the slower Bolero. Mambo is at the roots of the Salsa dance and is a part of the American Rhythm group of American Style ballroom dances.
Tango - Female, 3-4 years old, sister to Mambo
The Tango originated in Buenos Aires, Argentina and Montevideo, Uruguay in the 1850's and soon spread to the rest of the world. Today there are many Tango dance styles.
I know these furkids all have some pretty fancy dance moves they are just waiting to show off on the dance floors of their foster homes until they dance right into their forever homes. Please join the beat of the Latin Dancers and put your hands together to welcome them to the CP Ballroom!
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