Pua, along with Frosted Face Priscilla, was rescued from a hoarding situation by Humane Law Enforcement and then taken to the San Diego Humane Society. Pua is approximately 10 years old and weighs 10 lbs. She is very bonded to Priscilla, and we are looking for a special family who will adopt and love them both. Pua is the more confident sister and runs right up to greet visitors. Priscilla needs a little time to warm up, and then she enjoys being held and cuddled.
Volunteers took Pua and Priscilla on an outing to a local park and shared afterwards, "Pua and Priscilla both did great on the short car ride. They took a short walk at the park and then enjoyed lots of attention and pets while people and bird watching on a blanket. These two girls are so sweet and would do really well transiting to a foster or permanent home where they can get lots of love and attention all day. Priscilla especially would benefit from a quiet home; she was so much more calm when we took her out."
Pua and Priscilla survived living in poor conditions and deserve to live in a home where they will be loved and pampered the rest of their lives. If you are interested in giving Pua and Priscilla their best life, apply here: www.frostedfacesfoundation.org/apply
Pua and Priscilla live onsite at Frosted Faces Foundation. You can meet them during Open House on Saturday & Sunday 10 am - 1 pm!
Learn more about our programs at www.frostedfacesfoundation.org/family. No adoption fees, and we help with medical costs!
Apply to become a family: www.frostedfacesfoundation.org/apply
Updated: 7/8/21 KG
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