It has been almost a month that I’ve had Mia, formerly known as Tina. When I first saw her, she was a scared little thing curled up in the corner of her cage. When the handler brought her out to see how she would do outside of the cage, she ran to the first corner she could get to and curled up. I was in love the minute I saw her and when she ran to the corner I was worried I would not be able to adopt her.
Thankfully, after speaking with the manager, she had suggested that they were going to try putting her in foster care to socialize her but that if I wanted to adopt her I could. I couldn’t be anymore grateful for the opportunity! Not even a full 24 hours after adopting her and bringing her home her personality began shining through. She is such a little princess and she makes me smile every single day, even the days she has little accidents here and there. I just want to give a big thank you to the humane society for bringing Mia into my life when I most needed her.