Karma’s Rescue Saturday, September 17th from 11-4!

September 15, 2011 at 1:05 pm

Karma’s Rescue will be in the store Saturday, September 17th from 11am-4pm.  They will be bringing some lovely cats and dogs that are looking for their forever homes.  Come by and add a new member to your family or just stop by to show your support!  Here are some of the animals featured this week:

Poe – DOB May 2011

Poe is a black and white domestic medium haired cat who is sweet as could be!  He is a very gentle boy and loves to play with children.  In addition to kids, he also gets along with cats and dogs.

Foxy – DOB 2008

Foxy is an unregistered purebred corgi.  She loves people and will cuddle right up to you.  She gets along great with other dogs, but cats are still unknown.

Jackie – DOB April 2011

Jackie is a sweet kitty with a loving yet shy personality.  Once she warms up to you you will always have a snuggle buddy!

Otis – DOB 5/25/2011

Otis loves kids!  He is  very mellow but loves to please.  He gets along fine with  other dogs and cats.

Reesa – DOB 2008

Reesa is a schnauzer/terrier mix who gets along with dogs and cats.  She needs to go to a home without children, as she is scared of them.    Older children are fine.

Savannah – DOB March 2011

This little girl loves to cuddle!  She loves to give kisses and is very outgoing and social.

To see the other animals that Karma’s Rescue has available visit their petfinder account HERE.

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