Sponsored by Ang Char BohGender: Female
HDB Approved: Yes
Estimated DOB: 1 Aug 2013
Personality: Patience came to our attention as she was loitering around one of our Trap-Neuter-Release Management (TNRM) sites. We had received feedback from several members of the public that she was always running onto roads, and it’d be a matter of time before she gets knocked down. We caught her and brought her to the vet for sterilization, only to find out that she was already spayed. She was very fearful at the clinic, and growled at everyone who went near her cage.
Surprisingly, when she arrived at shelter, Patience appeared to be fairly relaxed. In a couple of days, she started wagging her tail at us. She also allowed us to pat her, and never once showed any signs of aggression. When we put a leash on her, she dashed out into the sun, onto the grass. We wonder what she had been through previously, but that doesn’t matter now. Her future is what’s important – we will find her a home, so she’d never have to wander the streets again.
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