Pi-Kul (F)
Born: 1950
Parents:

The entirety of Pi Kul’s history, up until the point she was rescued, was the intertwining of logging and riding camps. Born in a province in the south, Pi Kul went through many change of handlers throughout her life. This meant inconsistency. Pi Kul moved from riding to logging camps constantly.

The first thing we noticed about Pi Kul upon her rescue was her graying eyes. Like our many other rescues, Pi Kul suffered from cataracts. The inability to see clearly made Pi Kul very anxious when she first arrived. Pi Kul was hostile towards her handlers and her peers for a while. Now, Pi Kul is fully integrated into the program and enjoys the company of her peers and her caretakers.

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