X-rays determined that Jeneva was shot and has a bullet in her nose. This is quite common in Oman, where the police have the authority to shoot any street dog and will often shoot dogs for no reason at all, often wounding them but not killing leaving them to die a slow painful death on the streets.
She has fully recovered and amazing loves people even after all she has been through. This little girl loves life and wants to share her love with every human she comes into contact with.
She is a very friendly girl, who loves Karl, Marx and Sharola - her foster siblings. She also hangs out with her sibling cats and runs up to every person to lick them to death.
I hope someone will open up their heart to her too.
If you are interested in adopting JENEVA, please visit www.istreetdog.com to learn more about Jeneva and ISDF's adoption process.
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