Etta James was found in the Wildomar Shelter where she could barely walk due to overgrowth of nails and a "mass" between her legs that was the size of a large grapefruit. Knowing there was no chance of her being adopted, we rescued her and got her the medical treatment she needed. The "mass" turned out to be nothing more than a hernia in desperate need of repair. Etta is so happy now that she can bound up stairs and run through the house! She must have had the hernia for quite a while as her legs are still a little "bowed" in the back, but are getting stronger every day. Etta had a blood panel and she is now completely healthy having had her spay completed, hernia repaired, all vaccinations (including rabies), microchipping and full anesthetic dental. Etta is a charmer and she is ready to find her forever home. Our adoption fee is $300 and requires a home check. For more information, please call (951) 609-0765 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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