LOIS LANE – 28976
Safe - 6-15-2018 Manhattan
LOIS LANE – 28976
Intake Date : 5/23/18 Intake Type: Stray
Medical Behavior: – Age: 3 years Sex: Female
Weight: – lbs
Medical exam pending
A Little Bit About Me…
A volunteer writes: Lois Lane is a quiet little gal in her kennel. Who would think that she is such a lively girl, outside? After a little sprint meant to do her business, Lois Lane settled into a very pleasant pace, checking on me from time to time, respecting the birds and polite with all peers met. Lois Lane is at her best, leash free in a pen. She loves to play, any toy will do but squeaky ones are her favorite. She does come back to me with her treasures but will release only if a ball is waved in front of her nose. Believe me, she will catch it quite expertly! Treats are welcome too . She will sit for them without even being asked. Lois Lane owns a beautiful smile that completes a lovely figure, all dressed in grey. A big tail wagger she is , mostly when she is being caressed. Lois Lane is waiting for you at the Manhattan Care Center, her heart full of hope to become soon your forever best friend! Come and meet her soon.
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