I wandered far and wide and found myself on a busy street. I didn’t know about busy streets and was not wise enough to know what to do. I got into something called an ‘accident’ and was hurt quite a bit. A ‘good Samaritan’ found me and brought me to a shelter. While I was there I had a chance to rest and to start to heal. Unfortunately, my injuries were more than the shelter knew how to handle. That’s when my BFK Aunties swooped in and took me to our wonderful vets. And that’s when I got my name, Miraculous Marnie!
You see, I had a broken pelvis (in several places), a hurt leg and a very sore eye. What they couldn’t figure out was why I acted like I was fine just the way I was. That was the easy part! It’s because I’m such a naturally happy little girl! I love other dogs, rides in the car, enjoy my food and desperately want someone to love me once again. I do take power naps during the day and have a funny way of sunbathing. Rather than enjoy the grass nearby or my foster family’s patio, I choose to lie on the gravel and sunbathe. My foster Mom says I have so much ‘gumption and spirit’ that it’s hard to feel sorry for yourself when you are around me. But she is hoping she might convince me to try the grass or furniture for sunbathing.
In spite of my ‘funky’ leg and because I’m so young I have a lot of energy. You would never know that I am supposed to be recovering (except for my power naps.) I’d really like (Mom says need) another furkid as a companion as that helps me to feel secure and confident. What I’m looking for is someone who wants a delightful little companion (think Velcro pup) who will lavish you with love and affection and respond a million percent when you return that love.
If that sounds like you then please ask for me. I’ll look into your heart and you will know why we were meant to meet.
Tail wags and a happy heart,
Miraculous, Magical and Much-loved Marnie
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