At the shelter, Cersei's name was Danielle. She was dumped there with her puppies. The puppies got sick in the shelter, and didn't make it.
We pulled Danielle into one of our awesome foster homes, and she got a new name for her new life. A strong name. You see, Cersei didn't let her situation break her.
She left the shelter a skinny, depressed pup. She is now a healthy, happy, silly pup who is full of personality.
Cersei would love a forever home with a comfy couch, loving humans, and a canine friend or two. She isn't a fan of cats, so she'd like to live in a home without those. She's 2 years old, and a lovely blend of Lab and cream colored mutt.
Cersei is house trained, and she has a sense of humor that can't be beat.
To fill out an adoption application for our Cersei, please click here: www.viva-nm.org/adopt.html
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