found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed and up to date with shots.
Since Laura was a stray, if she were to get out the door or an open fence gate, I think she would definitely take off and be difficult to catch, as she would most likely revert back to her survival stray mode. The Good Samaritan who found her said it took about five people to corner and catch Laura, as she was so frightened. Although I wouldn't say she is an escape artist, she doesn't seem to be looking for a way to get out. She's not at all high strung nor is she hyper. She likes following me outside to sniff and explore.
Poor thing has some scars and cuts on her ears and she came into rescue extremely emaciated. I've been feeding her three times a day and she is eating well, but doesn't scarf it down like I thought she might, since she has obviously been starved. Laura has a gentle nature and is learning what it means to be loved and cared for, and she's hoping to "rope your heart" for many years to come!