Maggie, Maggie is a beautiful Domestic Medium Hair - Orange/White – Calico. When Maggie was first brought in she was under stress and a little depressed, she wouldn’t eat, let anyone touch her or even move from the spot she was laying. Our adoptions staff pulled Maggie out and showed her lots of attention to help her feel more at home. Maggie then became to be more active and will come to the door of her cage as you enter the room she is in, she now loves attention and loves to be rubbed on as if nothing ever happened. She is such a sweet baby who just needs love and attention.
Maggie, Maggie is a beautiful Domestic Medium Hair - Orange/White – Calico. When Maggie was first brought in she was under stress and a little depressed, she wouldn’t eat, let anyone touch her or even move from the spot she was laying. Our adoptions staff pulled Maggie out and showed her lots of attention to help her feel more at home. Maggie then became to be more active and will come to the door of her cage as you enter the room she is in, she now loves attention and loves to be rubbed on as if nothing ever happened. She is such a sweet baby who just needs love and attention. All photos submitted
Maggie, Maggie is a beautiful Domestic Medium Hair - Orange/White – Calico. When Maggie was first brought in she was under stress and a little depressed, she wouldn’t eat, let anyone touch her or even move from the spot she was laying. Our adoptions staff pulled Maggie out and showed her lots of attention to help her feel more at home. Maggie then became to be more active and will come to the door of her cage as you enter the room she is in, she now loves attention and loves to be rubbed on as if nothing ever happened. She is such a sweet baby who just needs love and attention. All photos submitted

Animals for adoption at St. Frances Animal Center

November 16, 2016 05:00 AM

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