• Female
  • Adult
  • Small
  • Romania
Inna in 3 words

Happy pocket rocket

Inna Story
Inna was rescued from the streets as a puppy and has known life in a home for the last few years. Her elderly owners recently passed away and so now she is back to... more

Inna was rescued from the streets as a puppy and has known life in a home for the last few years. Her elderly owners recently passed away and so now she is back to living without the one thing she treasures most: human company. She is ready to embark on her new journey to the UK, where her next stop can be her forever haven.

Having spent time living in a home already, Inna is used to all the little pleasures that it can bring. She is a professional at napping on the sofa (and the bed!) and finds this is the best place for lots of cuddles – which she will be sure to beg you for more and more of! She adores being around people and can sometimes be a little vocal if left at first, so a family who are mostly orientated at home would make her extra happy. Please bear in mind that Inna may suffer from separation anxiety and any adopters will need to be dedicated to helping her overcome this. Another of Inna’s favourite luxuries is snacking on a delicious apple, she will certainly be content with both a cuddle and an apple a day!

Although Inna has lived in a home previously, she will likely be unsure of strangers and take some time to build up trust with her new adopters. She will also need to get used to a whole new way of life, so understanding & patient adopters will be key!

As Inna loves to run and is a little unsure of traffic, we will only be considering homes in a rural environment – somewhere a little quieter and with lots of room for her to bound around on peaceful walks! She is a playful girl and will gleefully jump for joy when she sees you! She would be suited to an active home and could potentially be rehomed with older, dog savvy children who don’t mind Inna’s energetic side.

Homes with other dogs or cats could also be considered, as she tends to get on well with them having lived with both previously.

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Full Bio

Age ............................................................. Estimated DOB 16/11/2016

Height to top of head ............................................................. 35cm

Weight ............................................................. 6kg

Expected adult size ............................................................. Small

Breed ............................................................. Mixed

Neutered? ............................................................. Yes

Mixing with dogs? ............................................................. Yes

Mixing with children? ............................................................. Those that are older/dog savvy

Mixing with cats? ............................................................. Yes

Character
  • Loves a cuddle
  • Bundle of energy
  • Food motivated
  • Rural home needed
  • House trained
  • Loves to run
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