"Well I do declare, my name is Annabell Barbie and I’m just about one of the most beautiful Southern belles you will ever meet! I was lost out there in the world all by my lonesome and terribly frightened until one fateful night when a true angel came and saved me from the cold. Turns out this lovely young lady worked for Furkids and she knew they would have a bed for an enchanting girl like me. Nobody seems to rightly know where I came from before my rescue but I say the past is the past, Child. It’s a New Year and I’m ready for my new life with a new family! I’m just cuckoo for children! Well, if I’m being truthful, I’m pretty much ga-ga for humans of every age, especially if they give me hugs and smooches. I’m a lover so I’ll definitely need people who aren’t shy with their affection cause Lord knows, I’m not! I’m also a gal who likes to get around town as much as possible so the more walks the better. If you think we would get along like biscuits and butter, then please fill out an application for me soon, Honey. From what they’ve been sayin’ at the shelter, I ain’t gonna be here too long!"
Annabell Barbie is currently undergoing treatments for heartworm disease. The disease is not contagious to other dogs or cats. During her treatment and recovery period, she must be kept on kennel rest and leash-walked only. Until Annabell Barbie has completed her treatments and is fully recovered, she is available for adoption only in the Atlanta area. She must be able to come to Furkids' shelter for treatments.
Since Annabell Barbie’s estimated birthdate is 12/13/2012, her adoption fee is $275 [senior citizens (age 62 and older) and military personnel receive a 15% discount on adoption fees]. If you want to know more about Annabell Barbie and to speak to an Adoption Counselor, please complete an application at https://furkids.org/dog-adoptions/application. Must be at least 21 years of age to apply.
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