One of the meanings of the name Zina is beautiful, and this Zina sure lives up to her name! On June 16th, eight-year-old Zina was surrendered by her owner to the Marlboro County Animal Shelter in South Carolina, which is run by the all-volunteer Humane Society of Marlboro County. Zina’s owner gave no reason for surrendering her. A Border Collie-Corgi mix, Zina had the misfortune of testing heartworm positive.
On July 3rd, Kim Frigault with the Long Trail Canine Rescue in Vermont reached out to RADAR for help with Zina. Her rescue would pull Zina if we could assist with her heartworm treatment costs. We agreed and Zina was safe! She received her heartworm treatment on September 8th.
“Zina is a loving, happy dog and very well behaved,” her forever family told us. “She loves children and happily plays with them for hours on end. Zina gets along well with our other dogs and doesn’t chase cats. She seems to have never been hurt by humans, and is open and kind to strangers. She is a sweetheart and is greatly loved.” To see more photos of Zina, click here.
RADAR paid all of Zina’s heartworm treatment costs, which totaled $300.
UDPATE! Zina has been adopted!
UPDATE! All funds for Zina have been raised! Thank you!
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Thank you to the following contributors, who have given specifically to Zina:
Added on October 1, 2016.