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These two are an awesome couple. I don't believe Sadie has ever been petted before. We have been working on it. She is still scared of it, but has been willing to let us a little.
They spend a lot of time in their crate, by choice. I never shut the door. This pair needs a loving home that has time to work with them to show them love and that the world is a safe place. Sadie loves to go outside, but Beau wants to be in. She won't leave his side for long. I feel they would be better off in a home without kids because they don't like craziness and loud noises.
Sadie and her mate along with two adult children, Jinx and Scout were turned into Harris County Shelter by their owners who had no more use for their little lifes.
These guys have not known the loving hand of a human. they are fearful, but are learning to trust and will let you pet them, and take a treat from your hand.
They are starved for affection. Just need a loving foster or adopter who has patience and love and they will reward you 10 times over.
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