We can’t really blame Acadia for being a little cautious, considering all she has been through the past couple of months. She was at a Louisiana animal control when the flooding started. Because of all of the misplaced pets that needed shelter, the animal control was looking for out of state rescues to help. We gladly said we would be able to take several. So Acadia and her friends were transported to Georgia to begin their next chapter. We are hoping Acadia finds a loving, forever home soon. She is a great girl and certainly deserves it.
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