He arrived at our shelter with 4 legs, but sadly was diagnosed with a cancer in his rear leg resulting in an amputation of the leg. He recovered like a champ and has a wonderful prognosis. 3 legs doesn't slow this guy down. He walks and runs without any issues and has adapted to his 'new normal' without missing a beat. He is very grateful to his foster family, but he is now ready to grow some roots and have a loving place to call his furever home.
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