~~LOCATED IN CORONA, CALIFORNIA
Introducing Cinnie: This 2 ½ year old female lives in Corona, California. Cinnie is the picture perfect companion. She loves to speak when she is excited, she makes all kinds of vocal sounds! She also likes to talk with her paws! How funny is that?! Haha. This little goofball loves to roll over on her back and do they bicycle! The best part about her is how sweet she is. She will lay on top of you so you can’t move, and give you as many pibble kisses as she pleases.
I rescued Cinnie from a vacant house in the middle of the night, during heavy rains. She was left inside of a crate, laying in her own feces. She was in awful condition. Cinnie is now current on her shots and has been spayed. She has had some training and is now potty trained. Cinnie is the perfect companion. She would love to speak with you and can be reached at 951-389-4363.
CONTACT LISA IF INTERESTED IN CINNIE
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