Lately, the good folks at Corgi Connection of Kansas Rescue have been as busy as ever. Which means new NEWS!
“Bubbles is a wonderul female Corgi who was picked up as a stray in Iowa. She came with medical issues and is currently in foster care, recovering day by day from a urinary tract infection, an ulceration to her eye that has resulted in dry-eye, and a few other minor issues. Losing some weight is on her list of To Do List.”
“Bubbles is quite shy, so she will be in foster care a bit until she becomes more confident and we are sure her medical issues are resolved. We’ve had some bloodwork done and most everything is within normal range, but we’re keeping an eye on things.”
“Buddy Beau came out of a less than ideal situation, after being advertised on a certain list. It was apparent when he arrived at a CCK foster home that he hadn’t received the best care. Three baths later, a beautiful black tri-color boy began to emerge.”
“Buddy was just neutered and brought up to date on vaccinations this week. Remarkably, he is heartworm negative. We’ll give Buddy Beau some time to adjust to being an inside dog and then find his furr-ever home. First reports from fosters Jeni and Gareth are that he’s a real sweetheart and doing better with house-training. Buddy will be available in a few weeks for adoption.”
“Our newest addition is Zoey (formerly known as Annie). She arrives today, as a matter of fact! Found as a stray in western Kansas, we think Zoey is about three months old and most likely something of a mix. We are hopeful she is healthy and needs only routine veterinary care, so we can find her furr-ever home real soon!”
“We have one more coming in but we’ll announce Willie later when he is actually with a CCK foster. In addition CCK has been asked to take three other Corgis; unfortunately we just doesn’t have the room right now.”
Are you inspired by the hopeful news coming out of Corgi Connection of Kansas? Do you want to make a meaningful difference in the lives of these dogs and the people who work hard to help them? Please consider a donation of any amount, either on-line via PayPal (through the CCK website), or — if you’d like to send a check — drop Jeanette an e-mail for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you live within reasonable traveling distance of the Topeka, Kansas area and are interested in fostering opportunities, please let Jeanette know. Drop her an e-mail.
Dogs’ lives depend on people who care about them. There is always need, and YOU can make a difference!