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“He did eat his human to stay alive,” she wrote. “+1 for being a survivalist pupper.” Never Underestimate An April Old Lady Who Loves Cats Shirt, hoodie, tank top

The Post caught up with the veritable zookeeper about the funds she’s been whipping up for her most cherished cause on OnlyFans.

“No, it does not have any wholesome adoption content,” the out-of-work stripper told The Post of her OnlyFans persona, @Vixxxsin.

“I started stripping when I was 20 years old so I could afford the rescue work I was doing,” she said. “When COVID shut clubs down I decided to move to online sex work.”

Although many of the clubs in her area have reopened, the erotic dancer said she “hasn’t felt comfortable” returning to the pole just yet, and plans to continue fund-raising via OnlyFans, for the sake of Prancer, Rumpelstiltskin and the rest of the pet bevy.

And she’ll need the money. Fortuna estimates that she spends $400 per month on food, alone, in addition to vet bills, medications and sundry supplies. Currently, Fortuna is caring for two foster dogs, including Prancer, and three cats — on top of her staggering personal menagerie. All told, she’s currently caring for nine dogs and a dozen cats at her family’s 8-acre property in Clinton, “so there’s ample room for everyone,” she noted.

The self-described “empathetic” animal lover said she’s “always felt drawn to the animals who need extra attention,” so shelters in the area know her “type.” “They know I’m ready to take them on,” she said.

However, that fact can make them difficult to get adopted and explains why she’s ended up with so many “lifers,” Fortuna said.

Fortuna fosters animals in her spare time.Courtesy of tyfanee fortuna

“It was hard to find homes for them, plus I worried nobody would deal with them like I do,” including “Rumps,” who is now enjoying his senior years, yet “still a spritely little guy,” said the doting foster mom.

Fortuna attributes her knack for misunderstood pets to her own so-called lost puppy syndrome, she admitted.

“My mom always has to point out that the men I end up with are very similar to the animals I take in,” she joked. “Lots of issues.”

 

 

 

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