This is Stevie. Life has not been as kind to Stevie as he deserves!!!! He is 10 years old and 25 lbs. Stevie was abandoned at a shelter with a badly damaged eye, his former family didn't want to pay to have fixed. While attempting to save Stevie's eye it ruptured and had to be removed. Stevie came through eye surgery like a champ and soon after got adopted. But his new family couldn't take care of him, through no fault of his own and he had to come back to rescue. Then Stevie was in a foster home with dogs he didn't get along with and ended up almost damaging his one good eye. He then ended up in a perfect foster home, where he thought he had won the lottery, he was so loved! But sadly Stevie's beloved foster mom passed away of cancer recently! Despite all the sadness Stevie has had in his life he is still very loving and trusting of people. He does require daily eye drops, that are pretty affordable. He has some arthritis in his back legs, so stairs are hard for him to navigate. He startles easily due to not having a lot of sight, so a calm, quite home where he could be an only pet would be perfect for him. He still has plenty of energy for an old guy and loves to chase balls in the yard! He is house and crate trained, and walks well on leash. He is neutered, up to date on all of his shots, microchipped, and on heart worm prevention. If you have a soft spot in your heart for this senior, special needs sweetie, please fill out an application at southerncrossbtr.com. Stevie is being fostered in the Nashville, TN area, his adoption fee is $150 to help with vet costs. Please consider giving sweet Stevie a permeant home for the rest of his life, so he can finally know what it feels like to be loved forever!!! Stevie will be waiting with paws crossed! Thanks for choosing rescue.
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