Kreme was named after a donut store called Richie Kreme where she was found. She might have just been looking for a bite to eat! This two-year-old Feist-Hound mix was found with her buddy Richie, a two-year-old Black and Tan Coonhound mix. They were both taken to the Blount County Animal Center in Tennessee on June 26th. It looked as though the two of them had been on the run for a while, and Kreme was completely covered in mud and ticks. Interestingly enough, only Kreme was heartworm positive.
On July 5th, the shelter’s rescue coordinator, Kristin Baksa, requested RADAR’s help for Kreme. “She will make a great family pet once she completes her heartworm treatment,” Kristin told us. We agreed to help, and on July 24th she received her heartworm treatment.
“Kreme is a friendly girl who’s just a little bit shy,” Kristen said. “She would love a family that will take care of her and give her monthly flea, tick and heartworm prevention. I think she likes donuts too!” To see more photos of Kreme, click here.
RADAR paid all $322 of the heartworm treatment costs for Kreme.
UPDATE! All funds for Kreme have been raised! Thank you!
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Thank you to the following contributors, who have given specifically to Kreme:
If you are interested in adopting Kreme, or represent a rescue interested in pulling Kreme, please contact Kristin Baksa at the Blount County Animal Center.
Added on August 5, 2018.