As “just another hound dog” in an overcrowded, high-kill shelter, Kelli needed some extra help. And that’s just what RADAR could provide, thanks to you. This approximately 18-month-old Foxhound mix arrived as a stray on January 30th at the Sampson County Animal Shelter in Clinton, North Carolina. On February 7th, RADAR offered to assist with the vet costs for Kelli as an incentive for a rescue to take her.
On February 20th, Cape Fear Rescue League in North Carolina, agreed to take Kelli! On February 22nd, she was safely out of the shelter and in her new foster home in Wilmington, North Carolina. Kelli had been so scared and shy from her days at the shelter, but with the TLC of her foster Mom, she has made amazing progress!
Kelli had her initial vetting and spaying done on March 21st. The good news is that she is heartworm negative! Her foster Mom had this to report on Kelli: “She is a special girl. Kelli is a calm, submissive dog who gets along well with other dogs, and doesn’t pay much attention to cats either! She is a sweet and loving girl.” Click here to see more photos of Kelli.
RADAR paid Kelli’s initial vetting and spaying costs of $158.
UPDATE! All funds for Kelli have been raised! Thank you!
UPDATE! Kelli has been adopted!
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Thank you to the following contributors, who have given specifically to Kelli:
Tiffany Provost; Jennifer Siegert
Added on March 22, 2013.