I don’t really know what all of that means. I just know we were both very sick with kennel cough when we first arrived and had a rough time at first. We’re finally feeling better now and warming up to all of the volunteers, who keep giving us lots of TLC. I have no problems rolling over for belly rubs, as you can see in my video.
Now that we’re healthy enough, we will be going to the vet soon to get all of our shots and be spayed. We may find out how old we really are, too. Because of that, it will be a few weeks (late July) before we’re ready to go home, but we wanted to let the concerned volunteers at the shelter know where we are and how we’re doing.
When I am available for adoption, it would be great if Molly and I could be adopted together, but it’s not a must. We’re in kennels next door and seem to do OK, together or separately. You are welcome to go ahead and complete a foster/adoption application, if you’re interested now.
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