Hi, I'm Wendy! I was found and rescued from the streets of South Dallas this past summer along with my family (Mommy and my two brothers) Me and my mom were the last two to be rescued and just a couple days after I was rescued, sadly I came down with Parvo. I was in ISO at my vet for 30 days, but because I am a warrior-I kicked parvo to the curb and today I am a parvo survivor and living life to the fullest! I am 6 pounds of pure love and joy. I am as cute as can be and will fit perfectly on your lap. I am shy and will be timid when I first meet you, but if you are patient with me and give me the space I need I will settle in quite nicely and will follow you around everywhere. I love the outdoors, you can say I am one with nature. I will love being in a home with a nice big yard and a secured fence where I can run around and explore in when the weather is nice. When I am not wanting to be outside, I am inside playing with my toys. I LOVE TOYS! Borderline obsessed and can be a toy hoarder too. I will do good with older children, smaller ones might be too much for my timid personality. I do great with furry animals too! Please email my friends if you think I might be a right fit with your family! firstname.lastname@example.org
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