She may take a bit of patience and time to get comfortable, but she will bond and be very loyal. She is not assertive and will flourish when she has less competition than she has in the shelter. She really wants a bond with people.
Myra is a little chunky because she eats a lot of dry food and doesn't have much room to play. She's a big ball of sweetness!
Photos by Kim Brooks
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