Adoptables

Rue

  • Animal ID

    56247580

  • Breed

    Mixed Breed, Medium (up to 44 lbs fully grown)

  • Age

    6 months

  • Size

    21 pounds

  • Sex

    Female

  • Housetrained

    Partially

  • Location

    Plaquemines Parish Campus

  • Intake Date

    2024-06-26

  • Adoption Price

    210.00

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Name: Rue
Age: Approx. 6 months old
Breed: Mixed Breed (from District 11)
Size: Petite
Special Needs: None
Temperament: Gentle, resourceful, courageous

Bio:
Greetings, potential adopter! My name is Rue, named after the beloved character from "The Hunger Games." Though I may not hail from Panem, I share the same spirit of bravery and compassion that Rue exemplified in the series.

I'm a small and gentle soul, known for my resourcefulness and ability to navigate challenging situations with grace. While I may have faced adversity in my fictional world, I'm now seeking a loving forever home where I can share my loyalty and warmth with a kind-hearted family.

I don't have any special needs or requirements-just a safe and caring environment where I can thrive. If you're looking for a companion who embodies courage, resilience, and unwavering loyalty, consider adopting Rue. Together, we can create a bond as strong as the solidarity of District 11. Adopt me today, and let's embark on a new adventure filled with love, trust, and the spirit of Rue.

Rue is available for adoption at the Plaquemines Campus at 455 F. Edward Hebert Blvd in Belle Chasse. We are open Tuesday through Saturday 10am to 5pm. For any questions, please call 504-934-6931 or email plaqueminescampus@laspca.org.

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