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25 April 2007
This gal is being fostered in Texas but the adoption fee covers transportation to Connecticut (or maybe elsewhere?). Suggest inquiring if you’re interested.
What an angel face on this sweet girl! ? Kaylee is around one year old and is a shy girl who is beginning to have her personality shine through. Kaylee recently lost one of her legs due to being hit by a car but is recovering nicely and adjusting well to her new self. She enjoys the outdoors, but does want to come back inside for a midday nap or two. Kaylee is 99% house trained, good in a car and learning how to walk on leash…or you could just carry her, she likes to be held by her people?
Kaylee is not quite sure what to think of toys…with time and a loving family she just may figure out how to use them. Kaylee is a pretty shy gal, so her foster mama thinks she would do best in a home without children. Can you picture Kaylee in your home? ?
19 July 2016
OMD that face!! A mini-me Roxinator!
I do wish Miss Thing would let us have another dog but maybe not right now…
I hope Kaylee finds a good home – clearly a sweetheart!
Right rear leg amp 7/12/16 due to OSA. Metastatic lesion on her right front leg, January 2017. Joined the Winter Warriors January 19, 2017. Run free my sweet girl.