Sponsored by Deepthi GinnaGender: Female
HDB Approved: Yes
Estimated DOB: 1 Jan 2019
Personality: Like many of our other rescues, Tanya was rescued from our Trap-Neuter-Release-Manage (TNRM) site. She was quite scared initially and refused to look at us when we approached her kennel, but being the greedy girl she is, she could not resist when we dangled yummy treats in front of her! Although she’s still a little apprehensive with people at the shelter, we do believe a home environment with less stressors and distractions will allow her to open up and gain confidence.
Tanya has recently been to a home for a homestay, but had unfortunately displayed signs of separation anxiety. She had messed up the house with her pee, poo, and was howling the house down. Thus, she had to return to shelter. We hope to be able to find an adopter or fosterer who’s able to help her get over her anxieties. Afterall, she’s still so young and has so many more years ahead of her, and a life in shelter is definitely not what we want for this sweet girl. She deserves a loving home, and a safe and comfortable environment to live in for the rest of her life.
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