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Bonnie – Adopted January 2022!

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BONNIE Breed: Domestic Short hair Gender:  Female Age: 4 years old Size: small Energy Level: low, may be a little more playful when she is fully recovered Litter trained? yes Kids? Unknown, but potential with proper introduction, supervision and separation Cats? Unknown, but potential with proper introduction, supervision and separation Dogs? Unknown, but potential with proper introduction, supervision and separation Medical Needs: Finishing this round of vaccinations and antibiotics, then moving forward, yearly check ins with the vet.

About Me:

Hi I’m Bonnie! 

I was brought into WAG’s care as I had a horrible infection, pyometra, which thanks to the vet team at Eagleview, was all cleared up. Still have some antibiotics to go, but I am no longer in pain. At first, I was confused and sore, but now each day I show a little more improvement.

I spend lots of my day napping in my hidy hole. I LOVE feeding time, truly my favorite time of the day is breakfast then my next favorite time is dinner.

I like head and chin scratches and a nice lap to sit on, please don’t touch my belly though.

The love, warmth, food, water, and cozy beds they have given me make me feel happy and I am becoming much braver. There’s been a lot of changes in my life recently and I would very much like to be adopted by people who understand that time and patience, combined with love and respect is very important for me.

Please be patient with me while I gain confidence and start to show my true personality.

My Purrrfect Match

– Provide me with as many beds/napping spots I may wish for in my forever home – preferably with a view and some sun! – Understand that I may need a little bit of time to settle into my new surroundings – Provide me with endless hours of play or cuddles, whichever I prefer! – Is ready for the 10+ year commitment – Keep me safe, enriched and healthy – Continue to monitor my health throughout my life -Give me lots of time to feel comfortable with you and my surroundings. -Someone who understands that I might not want to cuddle or be touched all the time. – Give me a safe home forever and ever APPLY FOR BONNIE !

My Story:

Bonnie came to us right before Christmas requiring immediate medical attention. Bonnie had Pyometra which is an infection in the uterus. It has been a bit of a bumpy ride but thanks to the amazing team at Eagleview vet she is feeling much better and starting to show us her sweet personality . Thanks to all our supporters who enable us to help these critical care cases and provide animals like Bonnie a second chance

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