Jane ending up as a stray at a shelter. She was very scared and timid in the shelter. Luckily, a shelter worker reached out, asking for a rescue to take her and we were able to take her in. Once out of the shelter, her true colors started to show. She is a very sweet, happy girl. She craves human affection and love and just wants to be near you. We are currently trying to get more weight put on her as well as she could use several extra pounds.
We are still getting to know Jane. Her initial exam with the vet shows she may have a POTENTIAL heart issue so she is scheduled to have a Echo cardiogram done of her heart on December 6th. We will update her information more after her appointment. So if you may be interested in her, please check back for more information.
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