If you want to see more about Seemore, read on! Approximately 18 months old and a Hound mix, Seemore was left abandoned at a gas station along a busy highway in mid-February. He was taken to the Duplin County Animal Shelter in North Carolina. Bad enough to be “just another Hound dog,” but all the worse to be a Hound dog and heartworm positive. Time was not on Seemore’s side at this overcrowded rural kill shelter.
On February 24th, Gretchen Kozen, RADAR’s liaison for Duplin County, requested our help for Seemore. “He is a very nice dog caught in a very bad situation,” Gretchen said, “and he needs help to get out of it.” We immediately provided an offer to help with Seemore’s heartworm treatment costs in order to encourage a rescue to take him. On February 29th, Cat Adoption Team, a rescue in North Carolina, agreed to take Seemore!
Seemore had his heartworm treatment on March 4th. “He’s enjoying the company of several other foster dogs,” the rescue told us. “He’s a friendly and engaging boy! He’s extremely affectionate, and just wants to be close.” To view more photos of Seemore, click here.
RADAR paid $250 towards the heartworm treatment costs for Seemore.
UPDATE! All funds for Seemore have been raised! Thank you!
UPDATE! Seemore has been adopted!
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Added on April 3, 2016.