The first week in foster care proved to be a challenge for Nora. She wanted to flee from being touched and wouldn't eat. On top of that she was sick and required medicating.
Thanks to the teamwork of our patient volunteers and their gentle hands Nora made tremendous progress. She is now all better, has become part of the pack, is willing to cuddle with her foster family, and becoming less skittish when approached. Nora has never shown any aggression, she's simply nervous in new situations.
Nora is looking for a forever home where her new family will take the extra time to allow her to adjust and become comfortable. Could that be you?
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