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Domestic Short Hair
Domestic Short Hair
Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered, special needs.
Meet Daisy (MKR)
This is sweet Daisy. She's 1 year old and doesn't have good bladder control due to nerve damage from a spinal fracture she suffered when she was just a couple months old, while living in an alley in downtown Detroit. She's super playful and affectionate, and gets along with dogs and cats. The incontinence requires her to be in a diaper when unsupervised, and she is on a special high fiber diet and daily mild laxative because though she has control of her poop, the injury sometimes causes back up and constipation. Because of all of this, she really needs an adopter who has experience with the issues she has. In return for caring for her, she will give you lots of snuggles and love. Apply to meet her or learn more about Daisy today!