Sara is recovering from knee surgery in the care of a foster family, and her adoption fee has been taken care of by a donor.
“Though she is technically a senior, you’d never guess by her goofy manner and excited personality,” AWLA spokesperson Gina Hardter told ALXnow. “There is nothing she loves more than a good, dedicated snuggle session with her favorite humans.”
If you want to learn more about Sara or schedule time to meet with her in her foster home, email [email protected] or call 703-746-4774.
“The AWLA team would be happy to tell you more about her physical therapy, so her new family can take it on when she moves in with them,” Hardter said.
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