Cinnamon was adopted on 8/26 by a loving family who absolutely adores her.
Cinnamon is a senior gal with a handful of health issues, including a large, ulcerated, infected mass on her chest. She came to Inland Valley Humane Society as a stray – infested with fleas, limping from arthritis and very emaciated.
She was so happy to finally feel safe and comfortable that she fell asleep during her ride.
Cinnamon needs surgery to remove the potentially cancerous masses on her mammory chain, as well as support for her other health issues. She’ll be prescribed pain meds for her arthritis, skin and join supplements, and given medicated baths for her many, many fleas.
At the vet she was a perfect angel (a 15/10, if you will) and was very sweet and tolerant of everything the staff needed to do during her examination.
“She’s quiet in her kennel, friendly and approaches people with a low wagging tail. She gives gentle kisses.” Cinnamon is in a foster home where she is getting the love she deserves.