Jasper County Animal Control was overflowing and needed help. The holding period for strays was being waived in order to get as many out before the county had to euthanize for space. When Our Pal’s Place arrived, we were introduced to a “low rider” as the county called her who had just been brought into the shelter. She supposedly had been hanging around a house and the person called animal control to come get her. (This appears to be a common story when people no longer want their dog in this part of the state.) Kaye is a beautiful white girl with brown markings similar to those of a Jack Russell, but has an elongated body like a Dachshund. Her personality is playful and lively. Kaye is one who sincerely appreciates being out of the county shelter and given an opportunity to find a “forever home”.
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