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Cora came to TBR from the Rockingham County Shelter. Just skin and bones at under 15 pounds, it was clear that she did not have a good life before being rescued. TBR got her on good food and the right medications, and this girl has been slowly transforming from sad, pitiful-looking and whiney to sweet, affectionate and yes, a bit sassy! Cora does have some old-lady issues, such as being mostly blind and hearing impaired, and having diabetes and a heart murmur. But she has gained weight and muscle tone, her skin and coat have transformed, and her sweet personality is blossoming! Cora has grown to appreciate the perks of a spoiled, indoor life, enjoying sofa time with her foster pawrents, diabetic treats, and recently, stuffed squeaky toys! She is very sweet and gently asks for cuddle time. When it’s not too hot, Cora enjoys time in the sun, and neighborhood walks. Her very favorite thing is to pick up a bunny scent – her nose and tail go into overdrive! Although she sleeps in her crate at night, Cora has proven that she can be left alone for a couple of hours uncrated. Please consider making room in your low-key home for this older, special-needs gal.
Medical note: Cora is mostly blind
Thank you to my sponsors:
Samantha Eads-in memory of Paisley
Jeremy W Strickland in memory of Linsey Strickland