Gee Gee was found living in a cane field, starving and hurt. While she is a gentle and sweet girl, she did suffer from her injuries. Her tail is broken and bent and she has one paw larger than the other. This doesn't hinder her in anyway, however. She's very affectionate and good with children. Quiet and timid. For more information, please email email@example.com.
Gee Gee was born sometime in 2013.
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