My name is Buttercup. I spent some time in my life alone, roaming around without a lot of human contact. The problem is that I really, really want to love someone, but I am afraid. I don't bite or snap, but I can be hard to get close to at times. But when my foster mom holds me, I love it. In the last four months, I have learned to trust more and more. When my foster mom is sitting on the swing outback, I now crawl into her lap. If she won't pay attention to me, I climb on her back. I really like my people and I want them to love me back. I have also become the dog greeter at the house. Whenever a new dog visits, I am the first to greet them. I love dogs a lot!! I love to play with my friends. So if you are looking for a goofy girl that needs some tlc, then I am the one for you!
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