But being at the shelter so long has been hard on her, Cindy Gomez, an adoption coordinator for the rescue, told The Dodo — and the change is so significant that most adopters aren’t interested in even meeting her.
“She’s very energetic, and loves going on runs with our volunteers,” Gomez told The Dodo. “But when she goes back in her cage, she seems depressed. She doesn’t really move unless someone walks by her cage. But then she’ll bark and move around [if someone passes].”