We want to share with you how your donations make a difference. Today, we’ve got an update on our bubbly little tator tot, Karlee. She’s cute. She LOVES people of all ages! And yet, she’s been waiting almost 500 days for a forever family! Recently, a generous soul saw Karlee’s posts and wanted to help her find that – we appreciate the generosity so much and are happy to share that KARLEE HAS A FULLY SPONSORED ADOPTION FEE!
How awesome is that? If you are seeking to adopt a truly awesome dog, Karlee is your girl. You can then put the money you would have spent on her adoption fee toward toys, food and supplies or pay the adoption amount forward and sponsor another dog in need! Whoop! <3
Any applicant must still qualify and pass all of our adoption steps, including approved reference checks, a successful home visit and be close enough for a meet and greet. To check out Karlee’s bio, visit greyfacerescue.org/available-dogs. Read more about our adoption process at http://www.greyfacerescue.org/adoption-process
Our heartfelt THANKS go out to the person whose heart melted when reading her story. She wishes to remain anonymous but we are forever grateful that she stepped up to help this senior girl. <3
And now the other news ... Karlee was supposed to go on a meet and greet today but instead we ended up at the vet because she developed a limp. Turns out, sweet little Karlee fully tore her knee ligaments and she will be needing TPLO surgery. 😢 If you’d like to help with the cost of her surgery, visit http://www.greyfacerescue.org/donate or you can donate directly to the vet by contacting Granite City Pet Hospital (320-252-0277) and let them know it is for Grey Face Rescue and Karlee's TPLO surgery.
THANK YOU! 💕🐶
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If you are not able to foster or adopt and would like to sponsor an adoption fee for one of our dogs, please get in touch with us! Any amount is helpful! Our adoption fees help pay for the dog's veterinary exam, vaccinations (rabies, distemper and bordetella), HW test, blood panel, flea/tick and heartworm prevention, a microchip and spay/neuter if needed.