No, not that Queen Elizabeth. We are talking about the cuter one that is tiny, fluffy, and thrives on three legs. Just like Cinderella, this Queen has a real rags-to-riches success story. She started with matted fur on the streets of Oakland and is now the queen regent of 32 neighborhood telephone poles and 15 fence posts.
Here’s what her foster has to say about her:
“Queen Elizabeth’s reign will be remembered fondly by future generations as an era of silliness, snuggles, and spectacular joy. Elizabeth is peppy, goofy, loving, and so spry she is frequently mistaken for a young pup. As one would expect from a queen, Elizabeth is a polite houseguest who takes herself outside to potty, keeps her chewing to designated toys, and is friendly to all people and dogs. Though she can’t contain her enthusiasm at meal time and occasionally during rigorous chase sessions with other dogs (get ready for a few adorable yips), she is otherwise a quiet housemate.
Queen Elizabeth is clever and active, and would thrive in a home able to give her some physical and intellectual pursuits to keep her sharp! She is certainly a cuddly, loving pup who enjoys curling up with people-but she isn’t a typical lap dog. Queen Elizabeth is a rare jewel!"
We’re delighted to report that Queen Elizabeth is currently in a loving and caring home!