She was found in the spring of 2016 in a backyard with her siblings. But now they are safe and love being inside with their foster family
Anya can be shy at first but she is a gentle and affectionate lady! She would do well with a family with older children as she can be quite playful during play times but still like quieter environments.
Anya is waiting for you
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