Sadly, they don’t understand that they did not do anything wrong at all. Their people were elderly and could no longer care for them.
Anna is a beautiful girl that is still a little scared. She is ok when people pet her and we plan to spend a lot of time with her, helping her adjust to her new life. We hope she will soon come around and show us what a sweet girl she really is.
Right now Anna would do best in a quiet home with a patient adopter, willing to give her the time she needs to learn to be happy again. We really want these girls to have a second chance at a happy home. So please consider one or two of them, if you are willing to give them the time they need. We are sure once they are comfortable, they will be wonderful companions. They have only known one life and in time they will realize a new, second life isn’t so bad.
Anna is front declawed.
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