A-tisket a-tasket, a brown and white Frisket! Twelve years old and a Bully Breed mix, Frisket was found abandoned on June 16th. She was taken to the Duplin County Animal Shelter in North Carolina. Poor old Frisket had a bad case of sarcoptic mange and was heartworm positive. She was in need of both vet care and tender loving care.
On June 16th, Duplin animal advocate and RADAR liaison for the shelter, Gretchen Kozen, asked for our help with Frisket. We provided an offer to assist with her vetting costs as an incentive for a rescue to take her. On June 20th, Adoption First Animal Rescue in North Carolina agreed to take Frisket! Initially, the shelter director provided foster care for Frisket, and then a shelter worker, Mattie Lane, fostered her for the rescue.
“Frisket is the sweetest baby,” Mattie shared with us. “She loves my son, my dogs and she does not even bother my cats. She loves to be with someone all the time. She loves to go swimming. She loves to sleep beside your bed, but she snores! All in all, she is a wonderful dog. She also loves to go to work and play dress up!” Click here to view more photos of Frisket.
RADAR paid all of Frisket’s emergency vetting costs, which totaled $175.
UPDATE! All funds for Frisket have been raised! Thank you!
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UPDATE! Frisket has been adopted!
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Added on October 16, 2016.