Ring-a-round the rosie, we had to save Josie! Only a year old and a Pit Bull mix, Josie arrived at the Lee County Animal Services shelter in North Carolina on April 16th. She had been found as a stray. The combination of being a black dog and a Pit Bull mix in a kill shelter did not bode well for Josie.
On April 22nd, as an incentive for a rescue to take Josie, RADAR provided an offer to assist with her vet care costs. The next day, April 23rd, Adopt Me Animal Rescue in Indiana stepped forward to take Josie! And just in time: the shelter was filled and Josie was only minutes away from being euthanized.
After making her way to Indiana in May, Josie settled in with her foster family. She had her initial vetting and spaying done on June 2nd. This is what we we told about Josie: “She is a doll baby! She is very picky about her doggie friends, but other than that, she is a beautiful sweetheart. She has a wonderful and silly personality!” Click here to view more photos of Josie.
RADAR paid all $110 of the costs for Josie’s initial vetting and spaying.
UPDATE! All funds for Josie have been raised! Thank you!
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UPDATE! Josie has been adopted!
Thank you to the following contributors, who have given specifically to Josie:
Added on June 12, 2014.