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Arrived 10/29/2021
Breed:  Chihuahua
Gender: Female
Age: Approximately 11 years
Weight:  9.5 lbs


We don't believe that Sissy is 11 years old as the shelter indicated.  Now that she has recovered well I would suspect she is more like 7 or 8 years.  Sissy is a pretty frightened girl.  She is coming around to me well, but we did have to biting threats for the first few days.  She had a major surgery to remove a mass.  The labs on the mass came back as cancer, but with good margins.  We are hoping that it is gone, but will need to be watched for future issues.  Once she gets past the scary stuff of getting to know the environment she has engaged with me quite well.  She is sweet and engaging and loves her belly rubs.  She came to us from the WA shelter system.  We are looking for a quiet home with no younger children.

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