As the months passed, they gave Cinnamon the space she needed but continued to show her love, taking baby steps in an attempt to get her to trust humans again. Sometimes they would try sitting on the chair next to her, but after a few seconds she would leave and go to the other side of the room again.
If all that had already happened to her wasn’t enough, they soon found out that Cinnamon also had pancreatic cancer. According to the vets, her days were numbered, but months went by and she still survived. In time, slowly but surely Cinnamon began to feel comfortable with people again.
“She started allowing you to sit next to her sometimes. She started eating in front of us and moving around the room as if we didn’t pose that much of a threat.”