Luna and her sister were abandoned around a beach when they were 3 months, they were found suffering from hunger, they had been bitten by big dogs and were chased and hit by people. Finally she was found and taken home by a volunteer.
When first met Luna, she was very shy, but afterwards, she started shaking her tail to say hello and was very affectionate. she likes playing ball and running fast. she can be the best partner to exercise and go everywhere with. When Luna gets excited, her mouth will bubble. It goes away when she calms down. She loves to be affectionate. she always greets you with a big smile and wags her tail when you open your bedroom door in the morning and gives you a big kiss. she will stay with you while you eat breakfast and have your coffee, She will make your life beautiful, and she will be your best soul mate. Luna is a smart and sweet little girl, she can sleep alone on her little bed in the living room or you could also take her to her bed, or even just pat the bed and say "Luna, come to sleep".
Luna is indeed a cute, naive, smart girl. She loves eating, playing and being affectionate. We believe that you will fall in love with her after getting to know her
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