Candy and another female were abandoned at a local nursing home. The staff fed them for several days but no one was able to give them a forever home. The nursing home was concerned they would run out into Hwy 59 and be killed so they asked someone to bring them to the SPCA. Candy and the other little girl are currently in a foster home. We don't know anything about Candy's history but she is very sweet and affectionate. Candy loves belly rubs and gives her foster mom a full body wag whenever she gets even a little attention. All she wants is to be loved.We estimated her date of birth as 10/25/2015.
The adoption fee includes the spay/netuer surgery, rabies vaccination, and vaccinations will be current on the date of adoption. It also includes microchipping and 30 days of free health insurance for qualified pets.
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