There’s a brand new furry First Friend on the North Carolina Executive Mansion: a rescue dog named Violet.
Gov. Roy Cooper’s barking information was introduced Friday on the First Pets of North Carolina social media accounts after which retweeted on the governor’s official and marketing campaign Twitter accounts.
Cooper and his spouse, Kristin Cooper, are pictured with the newest addition to the primary family. The submit explains that they introduced Violet residence from the Wake County SPCA a month in the past.
“Violet was having seizures and problems with her back legs and no one knew why. Because of her condition, she was having trouble getting adopted,” the submit says.
The Coopers took Violet to a neurologist for a analysis however haven’t obtained one but.
But the family knew that Violet was meant to be with them.
“We all quickly fell in love with her. The initially shrinking Violet continues to blossom and grew every day,” they stated.
The Coopers stated they love watching Violet “frolicking in the garden, playing with the sprinklers, and napping anywhere she sees fits.”
And whereas she struggled with stairs at first, “she’s started handling them like a champ,” the Facebook submit says. “The only thing is that she needs to be lifted into cars and has a little trouble getting up after lying down.”
She joins a rising brood of first pets. Their Dalmatian, Sadie, can been seen frolicking on the mansion grounds, too. There’s additionally Charlie, one other family dog who visits.
The Coopers’ family dog Ben, who belonged to daughter Hilary, died in October.
They even have a number of cats. Darcy, Aria, Gimli, Jenny, Forrest and Addy have additionally been featured on the primary pets social media.
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