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Poor Princess came in emaciated and lost all her kittens

BarrieToday, in partnership with the Ontario SPCA Barrie Animal Centre, brings you a regular feature highlighting a special pet that is in need of adoption.
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Princess

BarrieToday, in partnership with the Ontario SPCA Barrie Animal Centre, brings you a regular feature highlighting a special pet that is in need of adoption.

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Princess

Meet Princess! Princess came in emaciated, suffering from hair-loss and fleas. Worst of all, she was pregnant and suffered a difficult labour resulting in further complications, causing a prolapsed rectum.

The staff at the Allandale Veterinary Hospital worked hard to try and save the kittens, even taking them home at night for feedings. Unfortunately, they were too sick and passed away.

Allandale's Dr. Pierre and Caledon Mountain Veterinary Hospital specialist Dr. John preformed multiple surgeries on Princess and we are happy to announce that she has fully recovered and is now available for adoption!

Princess is a social butterfly, loves to supervise what you're doing, ride around on your shoulders and, just like a true princess, wants to be your one and only. Come in today and meet your new best friend.

Change an animal’s life this holiday season! From Nov. 1 – Dec. 31 take part in our iAdopt for the Holidays campaign by adopting an animal. PLUS enter for a chance to win a year’s supply of pet food.  iAdopt.ca   #iAdopt

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To see past featured animals who may still need adopting click here.
 


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