Monica Mae was abandoned near a school in Suffolk County. While giving a press conference, a local legislator, who is also an animal rescue advocate, spotted her foraging through leaves-- talk about serendipity! The legislator contacted us and as soon as we secured a foster home, a team went out to bring Monica Mae to safety.
Monica Mae may seem shy initially but absolutely loves pats and snuggles once she knows she is in good, safe hands. She is spayed and ready for her forever home.
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