I was rescued from a hoarder who had me crated 24/7 with a dog that bullied me and stole my dignity and sense of security for over a year.
When I arrived at my foster’s home, I was in horrible condition and in desperate need of love and attention. My years of being bullied made me scared of dogs and humans, so naturally, I am slow to trust. But my three women fosters have worked very hard and gradually gained my trust. Even when I was afraid of my foster moms, I was never aggressive.
Now I even run and play in the yard with my foster brothers and sisters! Men still kinda intimidate me, but I am beginning to trust the human hand to be gentle and the voice to be tender.
I am looking for a forever home of my own that is willing to see past my shyness and see the true love and gentleness in my soul. Is your heart big enough to accommodate a special girl like me?
I am spayed, housetrained, up to date on all vaccines, microchipped and heartworm negative.
To welcome me into your home, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for an application.
**An excellent vet reference is required.**
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