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A hot-tempered, hot-headed and hot-blooded pup named Sassy has a story to tell.
In the last few weeks, she has been enjoying a bit of a break from her cage and a nap, but not much else.
She had been spending time in her enclosure with her mom, who is a retired veterinarian and has been caring for her.
Sassy was born with a rare condition that causes her to have abnormal heart and blood vessels in her heart.
As a result, she cannot have blood flow to her lungs.
So, she spends most of her time in a crate or other isolation.
When Sassy is allowed to go outside, she can be seen wearing a red and white sweater and sneakers, with her leash around her neck.
The temperature in her crate is a bit too hot, and the temperature in the outdoors is too cool for her to go on.
But she’s very happy to be outdoors, and her owner says she’s enjoying herself.
“She has been living in isolation for a long time, and she’s finally getting the opportunity to go out and interact with other dogs,” said Kristi Osterman, owner of Disney Resort Animal Sanctuary in Orlando, Florida.
“Sassy is not in a normal crate.
She’s not in an outdoor crate.
So she has a great time being outside.”
Disney Resort has been working to keep Sassy out of the wild, and Ostermans goal is to bring her back home soon.
But, the owner said it will be a while before Sassy will be able to go outdoors again.
“I want to be very sure that this is the last time that she goes out and walks around and does things like she used to,” Ostermann said.
“That’s the only thing I can think of.
It will be over in a few weeks.”
The veterinarian who took Sassy in has been a great help, said Oster.
“If she gets out, she will go right back in the cage.
She’ll get some more exercise, and if she’s going to be outside, then I want her to be able do that.”
Sassy’s mother, who was also a vet, said Sassy enjoys being outside.
“My only concern is that Sassy doesn’t get too cold in there,” said Mom.
“Her body is still responding to her surroundings, and that is why she’s in there.”
Ostermers daughter, Lola, also a retired vet, has been able to watch her daughter grow.
“Now that she’s getting a little bit older, I’m very proud of her,” said Lola.
“And I think she’s learning a lot about life, and I’m really happy with her.
She does seem to enjoy being outside and doing other things.”
In a Facebook post, Sassy said that she loves the company of other dogs.
“Just being able to have other people around is amazing, because it gives me a chance to spend time with other people,” Sassy wrote.
“When I was a pup, I loved being with my mom and dad.
They were so caring and caring and always there for me.”
Disney says that Sissy is being released from her enclosure at the end of June, but Oster said that could change.
“The plan is that it will probably be sometime in July or August, but if that happens, then she will be released back in,” Oestermann said in a statement.
“So we’re going to have to wait and see how it develops.” _____