Panda girl!! This sweet, sweet gal was found as a stray walking down the street with a gashing wound on her head. Panda ended up at the county shelter with a lot of medical concerns. When we were made aware of Panda, we went and removed her from the shelter. Panda initially had issues with balance and her hind legs would slip from under her. She also had an obviously head tilt to the right. Panda had to have staples in her head to close the wound and she had a lot of smaller wounds throughout her body. What happened to Panda? How was she in this shape? We will never know...what we do know is that she has had a lot of litters and her prior life was not kind. Initally, Panda slept a lot and was a bit nervous around people. After a slew of tests at the vet - both x-rays and neurological - we were relieved that Panda had no obvious trauma to her body, meaning no broken bones or lingering head trauma. What was assumed is her balance issues and head tilt was most likely from a severe inner ear infection. For the first many months, Panda had been in a very stable, quiet and loving foster home and her daily progress iwas heartwarming. We ended up adopting Panda out to a loving family but we have learned that Panda does not do well in active households. She will thrive in a quiet household that sticks to a nice routine. Panda likes routine, likes her daily walk, a little sun bathing and nap time in a crate. She takes multiple walks a day and although she has a cute waddle. As mentioned, Panda will do best in a quiet, structured household. We know Panda does not do well with a lot of noise, and people coming and going....she exhibits fear. She needs a stable, calm, quiet routine. Panda is crate trained and likes the simple life. We think Panda is about six years old. She will make a very loyal and grateful companion. She is incredibly sweet and her needs are simple. If you think you can give Panda her best life ($200 donation), please take a moment to fill out an application. An application is a must and once received, we will contact you within 72 hours. https://www.povertyspets.org/adoption-form. Thank you.