Do you travel frequently? Are you looking for a companion to share your road trip adventures? Furbee LOVES car rides! Her happy place is on the road with the breeze from the window or air conditioner running through her fur.
Furbee is a senior girl looking for love on her own terms. She does like to be pet and have her rump scratched once she gets to know you but she dictates terms of any affection given. It just makes you work harder to earn her love!
We have discovered that Furbee can do a trick or two, and peanut butter is the way to her heart. She also LOVES blankets and will fluff and curl right up in them, and does just fine in a kennel as long as her blankie is available.
Furbee is definitely not a fan of being picked up and is not afraid to let you know with a little warning growl or nip so we feel placing her around children would not be a good plan. She does just fine with stairs, and can get into an SUV with a little bounce and some help from her harness. If you have enough patience for Furbee to live with you on her terms then she would likely make a terrific addition to your family.
Furbee has a heart murmur and some allergic conjunctivitis. Her heart has no symptoms and she is not on any medication.
Furbee's adoption fee is $100 and includes neuter, dental, vaccinations, veterinary wellness visit and microchip.
Thank you for your interest in adopting from HMF. All of our pets are spayed/neutered, current on vaccinations, microchipped and otherwise healthy, unless noted in the description. Our adoption area is within 50 miles of Franklin/Bargersville, IN.
We hold a monthly adoption event on the last Saturday of each month from 12:00 noon until 3:00 p.m. at the Bargersville Veterinary Hospital, 4247 N. State Road 135, Franklin, IN 46131. And the second Sat of every month at the Franklin farmers market 8 am to Noon.
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