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Sherri and Peppy are a sweet pair. Sherri is a female that we are guessing is around 4 years old and Peppy is a male that we are also guessing around 4 years old.
This pair came to the shelter from the local humane society and not much is known of their previous home. Both showed signs of adrenal disease. Sherri was almost completly naked and Peppy was half naked.
Since coming to the shelter both Sherri and Peppy had surgery to remove the affected adrenal gland. They both came through the surgery great and in a very short time started showing signs of improvement. With in three weeks, Sherri's hair started growing back.
Sherri is a lover and must give loads of kisses. Peppy is becoming more social every day. Neither of these kids are litter boxed trained yet. We have been working with them, but with their surgeries, they were not allowed to have a litter box and has put the training a bit behind. With a bit of time and patience, I think this will become less of an issue.
Pictures will hopefully be coming soon.
Feel free to contact us for more information on this pair.
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