Unlike Goldilocks, Goldy probably won’t steal your porridge or break your chair, and she’ll only sleep in your bed if you invite her to! A one to two-year-old Terrier mix, this golden-faced girl arrived at the Darlington County Humane Society shelter in South Carolina on June 21st as a stray. With limited space at the shelter, Goldy needed to be rescued or adopted soon to save her life.
On July 6th, RADAR’s liaison with the Darlington County Humane Society Rescue, Susan Blakeney, inquired to see if we could help with Goldy. Caring for Creatures in Virginia, where Susan is also a volunteer, wanted to take her if her initial vetting and spaying costs were covered. We agreed. Following her initial vetting, she was spayed August 2nd. She was transported to Caring for Creatures on August 11th.
“Compact Cutie Pie!” is how the shelter folks described her. “This sunny-faced, golden girl is simply darling. She nicely shared her space at the shelter with a smaller, shy pup, Goldy did a nice job in meeting, mixing and mingling with other dogs. A friendly, happy, snuggly gal, Goldy is a skilled leash walker. And, she’s smart as well, as she knew the benefits of finding a shady spot to beat the heat and a welcoming human lap to call her own!” Click here to view more photos of Goldy.
RADAR paid all of Goldy’s initial vetting and spaying costs, which totaled $211.
UPDATE! All funds for Goldy have been raised! Thank you!
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 Goldy:
Sunday Wright Fund; Kathy Cox; Susan Linkous; Elizabeth Lavoie
If you are interested in adopting Goldy, please contact Caring for Creatures.
Added on August 26, 2018.