I know what you’re thinking: I have never seen such a cute, adorable Brittany girl. My name is “Kisses” and I suppose it’s because I’m full of them.
I’ve had a couple of really scary weeks. I got lost from my home and was on the run for a while. Next I had to live in a shelter for a short time. Yikes, was it noisy and scary – I hated it. The people there were nice, but I couldn’t wait to get out. I’m still a bit shy around people and dogs bigger than me … but in no time that shyness will be all but a distant memory.
My good luck started when a nice lady from BRIT met my transport from the shelter and she rescued me, then another nice BRIT lady took me to spend the night with her family and then on to yet another nice BRIT man who took me to a place called a “vet clinic” where they checked me over, gave me shots and did some other stuff I’d rather not talk about.
I’ve got a few skin issues (as you can see by my pictures), but the vet said I’ll be 100% in a very short time.
I’ve just joined the team of BRIT Brittanys and they said they can’t wait to get to know me so they can tell you all about me. One thing they already know is that I am a very very special girl. They tell me that I’m not only adorable and precious, but am very loving and affectionate and whoever adopts me will be incredibly lucky – that makes me feel really special.
Kisses has been spayed, is up to date on all her shots, heartworm negative and on heartworm preventative and is microchipped.