The girl was taken into a home with big scary doggies, and another kitten to play with. She was bathed and given the cutest of necklaces. And for many days and many nights she slept and slept and slept. Truly living up to her name. Her God mother let her know that her new name was Aurora and that she would now be safe for ever. The Princess was adopted by two amazing kings, but sadly their life fell apart and she was return back to the rescue. Princess Aurora is looking for a castle of her own, maybe with a few human princesses or princes. She would make an amazing dress up partner for a little girl or a great venture buddy for a little boy. With the help of her God mother Aurora has learned that dogs aren't that bad, and she loves to curl up next to them and take naps. She is a very playful little girl who would love a whole lot of toys to play with. She is so snugly and she wouldn't mind curling up in your arms and sleeping the day away. Aurora six months old. She is spayed, vaccinated, microchipped, and litter box trained. Her adoption fee is $50. Are you willing to help Princess Aurora find her happy ever after? If so send an email to email@example.com or visit humanesocietyofnorthernutah.com where you can find an application.
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