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Date of Birth
September 15, 2017
AARCS came to rescue me after I had a fight with a porcupine and thankfully the amazing vet team took care of that so I am feeling much better. When I first came into my foster home I was very scared and managed to escape from my crate to try to get outside. Since then I am learning that house living is pretty awesome; it’s warm, quiet, and I have a lot of choices of beds to lounge on. I will need your patience to help boost my confidence and learn neat things like sit, come, and walking on a leash is pretty scary for me right now.
Foster mom tells me how proud of me she is. I have never had an accident in the house and even tell her to let me out when I have to go. I do like to goof around a little bit as I try to teach her how to play. I will talk to you when you come outside, and I can be a little bit affectionate placing my paw on your arm.
I like to play tricks on my foster mom too! Like when I grab her shoes and hide them…it’s so much fun! If I am caught she will take it away and replace it with some toy so I am trying to figure out what I like to play with the most.
I’ll be your sweetheart!” – xo, Ferry
Good with Cats?
Not tested with Cats
Good with Dogs?
Not tested with Dogs
Good with Kids?
Kids 16+ Only
Do I Need Special Care?
Yes, Behavioral Special Needs - Ferry is fearful in new situations and with handling including walking on a leash. She will need patient and committed adopters to help her slowly build positive experiences to the world around her.