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Domestic Short Hair, Mixed
Well, Hello! My name is Gypsy and I absolutely love to sit on laps! I came to The Center not very long ago with several health problems from a very sore mouth to being emaciated. Well, I am here today to let you know that I am a changed woman! After the great care I received, I am happy to report that I am gaining weight steadily and my mouth is feeling amazing! I am rather small for my age but I believe that some of the best gifts come in the smallest of packages and I would love the opportunity to prove that to you. Don't get me wrong, I can be a little feisty every now and then, especially with new people, but once I know you, I will crawl into your lap at any given chance. I would prefer a home with older to no children and plenty of comfy places to take naps. In my dreams, I wish for someone who will love me to the end of my days and be home a majority of the time so we may share nap time together. I hope you can help my wishes come true! Thanks to a wonderful Samaritan my adoption fee has been paid! Consider donating to continue supporting all of my other furry friends here at the shelter! If you are unable to adopt, please consider donating towards my care by clicking on the donate button below my profile. It would be pawsitively awesome!


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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