MY FOSTER MOM SAYS I AM A WELL-BEHAVED YOUNG LADY!!!!!
My name is Ginger and I am a Pug/Chi mix. I am very sweet and loving and laid back. I once belonged to an elderly couple but my Dad got sick and my Mom was unable to care for me anymore so I came to live with my Foster Mom and I have fursiblings there. I really am not interested in playing with them. They are big and loud sometimes. I prefer to lie in my crate and hang out with my Foster Mom. I don't bark and make lots of noise and I am crate trained. I would be perfect for someone living in an apartment or someone who just wants to nice girl like me to lie beside you in your favorite chair. My Foster Mom says I am very low maintenance and calls me her 'little wiggle butt' because I am always happy. I love when she scratches me behind my ears and I am good for baths too.
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