JUPITER (Hernie) - DSH, female, spayed, black & white, DOB Aug 15/16 SPECIAL NEEDS
UPDATE: After a recent vet visit Jupiter is still is fragile but healing well. She shouldn't have young children and would be ok with mature cats and dogs that aren't too rough. Her name may be Jupiter but her foster family calls her Hernie and she comes to that name. She is currently in a PetSmart store waiting for you to come meet her.
This little cutie is Jupiter (Hernie). We knew this sweet girl had a hernia but when the vet went to repair it, it was found that she didn't have an abdominal wall. She is good with other animals but unfortunately it's better if she is with no other animals as rough play could cause injury to her organs. She was born Aug.15/16 and has been spayed but she is petite girl. Her future is very uncertain. There is a possibility that when she's an adult, they may be able to operate and add a mesh wall in her abdomen. She may live a long, full life or sadly, she may not. We are looking for a mature person with no young children or other pets in the home that is willing to give this adorable girl a forever home no matter what her future holds. Are you that special someone?
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