Camilla is a beautiful parti-girl who came to us all the way from Birmingham. She and her brother were found abandoned on a lonely, rural road, and Cavalier Rescue of Alabama stepped in to save them. Unfortunately, it seems Camilla's brother must have been hit by a car, and due to the severity of his injuries, he didn't make it. Camilla isn't in as bad of shape, although she is being treated for an ear infection, needs to be spayed, and has a couple of mammary masses that need to be removed. That said, we've already done a cytology and they are benign, so they just need to come off. We will wait for our vet to examine her before we post an estimated age.
Where did you get her name, you ask?? Well, the Alabama state flower is the Camilla so her foster chose the name to pay tribute to Alabama where she was found, and the awesome care she received with the Cavalier Rescue of Alabama.
Stay tuned for further developments. As we get to know her, we will update everyone!
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