The person who brought Honey Bee in let WHS know that the 6-year-old was abandoned by her owner at a camp site. While we can’t imagine why, we’re so grateful to be able to find this lovely girl a new home.
Honey Bee can sometimes be insistent about her food (she LOVES her food and will guard it), so she’ll do best in a home without small children, with a guardian interested in working on this behavior. She’s been spayed, microchipped and given initial vaccinations; her $139 adoption fee includes a bag of starter food, 30 days pet health insurance, a certificate for a free veterinary examination, and a lot of fan support from WHS!
To see her profile, go to http://wihumane.org/adopt/animal?id=29892364.
Honey Bee is sponsored by Havahart and the folks at Sebastian’s restaurant, 6025 Douglas Ave. in Caledonia.
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