Karma’s Rescue Saturday August 4th, 12-4pm

August 2, 2012 at 12:23 pm

Karma’s Rescue will be here this Saturday from 12-4pm with some awesome animals that are in need of new homes!  Karma’s is also running an adoption special on adult cats this month!  All adult cats are $25 and are up to date on shots, wormings, flea and heartworm preventative, and spayed or neutered!   Here are a couple of their fosters that are looking for forever homes:

Devon – Adult

Devon is a great playful cat looking for his forever home!

Mickey – DOB December 2011

Mickey is an energetic girl who loves cats and kids!  She loves to play fetch and is eager to learn more tricks.  She is most likely a lab mixed with either whippet or greyhound. 

Last month at the adoption event with Karma’s Rescue a donation was given to Karma’s in memoriam of Tim’s (the store’s owner) brother-in-law, Jack, who passed away after a brave battle with cancer.  Jack and his wife Dee are lifelong dog lovers and in lieu of flowers for Jack’s funeral, it was asked that donations be made to rescue organizations that help dogs.  Part of this donation was presented to Karma’s Rescue, and City Pets matched the amount.

Left to Right: Dee, Tim, Katie (director for Karma’s Rescue)

 

 

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