IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN MEETING ELLIE, PLEASE FILL OUT AN ADOPTION APPLICATION. DUE TO THE VOLUME OF EMAILS WE RECEIVE, EMAILS WITHOUT AN APPLICATION ATTACHED MIGHT NOT BE ANSWERED. THANK YOU
Ellie came from an overcrowded shelter in California with her mom, Sandy
Ellie is up to date on dhpp, rabies and bordatella, spayed, microchipped, dewormed and flea treated
I was found by a nice animal control officer in California and taken to this really loud, scary place called a shelter. I had some comfort because my mom and 2 siblings were with me. I was at this place for a week until one of the shelter workers told me I was getting on a plane with my family and heading to Washington where I would have a chance to find my very own home. The plane ride was exciting, and I even got to share a crate with a friend. I am now in a foster home where I get to play, and get lots of love while I'm waiting for a family of my own.
I'm a little shy when I meet new people, but once I know you're okay, then I will give you little kisses. It's pretty great to be able to show my affections since nobody took the time with me before. My foster mom puts a leash and collar on me and I don't understand what these humans want me to do yet. The humans keep trying though, but I'm hoping they will give up one day soon.
My foster mom and I have different opinions as to where I'm supposed to eliminate at. I think it's okay to go when I have to go, but my foster mom wants me to wait until I go on this stuff called grass. She keeps telling me I'm a good girl when I go outside, so I might let my foster mom win on this subject.
Are you the one I can call my own and love on the rest of my life?
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