Reno lived with his mama since he was a baby, she recently passed away and Reno, along with his step sister Roxy, found himself living in a shelter during his senior years. This is something that is just so wrong on so many levels. Reno is very loving and affectionate and attentive. He absolutely loves people with laps, do you have one of those? Reno just needs someone to be understanding of his IBD, its really easy care and give him the best life for his remaining years, which could be many, no one knows or is guaranteed any life. Could you give this boy the best rest of his life? You wont be sorry! Reno, boy, born approx 2006
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