Mrs. Potts was left in a box on our doorstep by someone. She has a very unique personality! She is loved by all of our shelter staff and currently lives in the lobby of our shelter and is one of our longer time residents. Please watch the video at the link below. The accompanying song perfectly characterizes her. Are you the right home for our "Mrs. Potts?"
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