Late last August she was found emaciated and with two broken hips, apparently having been struck by a vehicle. She was confined to a small cage for two months until she healed, and since then has been living in a larger “playpen” area to allow her to get more exercise. Although healed, because of her injury she may not be able to fend for herself any longer and needs to find a loving home.
Midnight loves to be petted, but she is still easily startled and a bit skittish. She would benefit most from a quiet home with no small children and no dogs, perhaps one cat, and humans who can be patient about earning her trust.
If interested, please contact Joanne Hornak at email@example.com
**This pet is a courtesy post for Joanne Hornak**
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