And guess what?! I’m just as adorable as I am sweet.
Because the first photo they saw of me was in a cage, they jokingly called me “Nicholas Cage” or, of course, just Nick for short. It stuck.
I still need to make a visit to see our vet and have everything checked out, but we wanted to let everyone know I am out and I am safe! I seem to get along fine with other dogs. They guess me to be around 2-3, and I don’t appear to have any other issues besides the flea allergy, which they are working on clearing up for me.
We’ll let you know as soon as I’m ready to roll, but please feel free to go ahead and put in a foster or adoption application for me.
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