Hi! I'm June Bug. I came from the Orange Cove animal shelter where I was placed when my first human had to take me because his landlord wouldn't let him keep me. I missed him a lot and was sad in the shelter. My new foster momma saw the sadness in my eyes and promised me she would get me out someday. That day came and now I'm staying with her until my forever home comes to adopt me.
I have foster sisters and a brother who I like to play with. I get most excited when my foster mom takes the leash out of the box. I love to take walks around the neighborhood. I see an occasional cat, but they don't interest me. I sleep on the couch next to my best friend, Pumba. Foster Momma tucks us in every night with our own blankets.
I'm a little scared of strangers at first. It takes a little time for me to warm up, but when I do, I will be your best loyal friend!
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