The best of intentions went awry for poor little Miss Biscuit. Back in late March, this sweet Shepherd mix found herself with a death sentence at the Clayton County Animal Control shelter in Georgia.
Through the best efforts of volunteers, a rescue agreed to take Biscuit and Cotton. They were both pulled from the shelter and taken to a boarding facility in Georgia on April 1st to await transport to the rescue group on the West Coast.
That rescue never followed through on its commitment to take Biscuit and Cotton! The dogs have been boarded ever since, and all through no fault of their own. In order to get these two dogs rescue ready, they needed initial vetting and spaying. Lori Heath, RADAR’s volunteer Regional Coordinator in Georgia, requested our assistance.
RADAR committed to covering the full cost of the initial vetting and spaying for Biscuit and Cotton, which was done September 27th. Fortunately, both dogs tested negative for heartworm. Click here for additional photos of Biscuit.
RADAR paid the full $126 cost of Biscuit’s vetting and spaying.
UPDATE! All funds for Biscuit have been raised! Thank you!
UPDATE! Biscuit has been rescued!!
UPDATE! Biscuit has been adopted!!
If you would like to help us have the ability to help other dogs, please visit our Donations page.
Thank you to the following contributors, who have given specifically to Biscuit:
Jeanne Ahad; Katy Pflanz; Diana Berkstresser; Elizabeth Lavoie
Added on October 2, 2012.