| February 15, 2023

Tuna was brought to Toronto Humane Society as a stray, after being found alone in a field. She was young and shy but content, and very interested in her surroundings.

During her intake examination, Tuna had a slight fever and nasal discharge – possibly an upper respiratory infection (what we would call a cold). As well, she had some redness around her backend indicating previous diarrhea.

As we had no history for Tuna and she might be contagious, Tuna was moved into isolation. When her fever broke, and the nasal discharge stopped, Tuna was moved into our adoption rooms where she quickly charmed her future family.

Once her stray hold was up, Tuna was vaccinated, spayed, and microchipped.

Tuna has been adopted.

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