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Sunny was one of the saddest cases I've seen at the shelter...dumped by her owner of 8 years because "they didn't have time anymore for her," Sunny sat in the back of the shelter enclosure with her face buried into the corner...refusing to look at you. If you called her name, she would look, hoping to see her owner, and then when she realized it was a stranger, she would again turn into the corner. The shelter deemed her unadoptable because of a lack of socialization. She was rescued by our foundation and once out of the shelter, her gratitude shown through. Sunny is sweet, loving, affectionate, house-trained, loyal, quiet and playful. Sunny is a perfect little girl. Sunny is now spayed, microchipped, up to date on all vaccinations (including rabies) and has had a full anesthetic dental.