Abbey was found in a really bad storm all by herself. We think Momma was moving her litter and dropped her. There was an angel on her side who found her and brought her to a vets office that was opened 24 hours. We took Abbey in at only days old. She went into foster care and had a home but Abbey at the time liked to get frisky and bite.It is something we see a lot with single bottle babies, because they do not have their littermates to play and tussle with. The home had a special needs child so we could not let her go there and take a chance of the child getting bit. Abbey has outgrown her biting stage and is ready for her forever home. She is up to date on her medical and spayed. If interested in Abbey please fill out an application by clicking on the link below.
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