Happy furrytail ending, Yura! I was given my name because Yura is Inuit eskimo for ‘one who is beautiful’ and often used to refer to Polar bears. Looks kinda fitting huh! Not everyone can have their own Polar bear in the family, so this could be as close as you will get. Here is what this particular cuddly one will need in the furever home that I paw-pick for myself!
Like my namesakes, I like to be a solitary being. I don’t do other dogs or pets in the home so will need one
Happy furrytail ending, Dizzy! Here I am, ladies! I know lots of you have been eagerly awaiting the day my adoption profile pops up on your screen and, well, today is the day! You no doubt see my photos and are taken by my cuddly polar bear looks but there are a few more things about me that you need to know before you consider adding me to your family. I definitely have yins to my yangs and at times can be a bit of a complicated fellow, so here comes the important stuff.
Happy furrytail ending, Lilly! Lilies are the flowers that symbolize humility and devotion. I might have an extra “L” in my name, but that just means I have extra love and devotion to give! I have a bit of a backstory to give you, and it really does explain why I am such a special girl and why I deserve an equally special furever home.
You see I was brought up with my person, my mother and my brother. Unfortunately, my person hit some hard times and we had to live in a car.