Kansas City dogs who need help
My inbox and Facebook stream is always teeming with dogs in need. The past few days, however, a few special cases have really stuck out.
The dog with a wounded lip
This brindle, female possible rottweiler pit bull mix (rott bull?) was found wandering the streets in the Ruskin Heights neighborhood of Kansas City. A volunteer from Midwest Adopt-a-Bull caught her and says the dog is sweet and scared. Who knows what happened to her messed up lip. She needs a foster home.
Pit bull in KCK
A commenter alerted me to this pit bull that she has temporarily taken in even though the area of Kansas City where she lives does not allow this type of dog. She is desperately hoping to get him placed in a foster or forever home ASAP. Someone in her neighborhood tried to shoot him, however, she reports that the dog is housetrained and does OK with her other dog.
This gorgeous girls has eyes like my former foster dog Minnie. She even has a similar name. Mia is in need of a new home because her family cannot take her with them when they move to a different state later this month. Mia is a beagle/husky mix. She is energetic and somewhat independent and catlike. Just look at that face.
If you or anyone you know may be interested in helping any of these dogs, please leave a comment and I will get you in touch with the right people. Please also share their faces on social media.
Posted on September 11, 2012, in Dogs, Dogtography, Fostering and tagged adoptable dogs in Kansas City, beagle husky mix, BSL, pit bulls in kansas city, ruskin heights. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.