Kaci's adoption fee is $325 and includes all vetting (neuter/spay, dental cleaning, immunizations, microchip and chip registration). A Vet reference, personal references, and home visit are required for adoption. You may apply to adopt Kaci by going to our website at www.unitedyorkierescue.org and completing the adoption application located on our home page.
Hi all, It's me Kaci with the update we've all been waiting for. Foster Mom took me to see that nice eye dogtor again. She is so nice. She ran a lot of tests. When she was done she came out and told Foster Mom and me that my retina was detached and that I would have to stay blind...I'm not sure what that blind thing is that everyone talks about. Foster Mom says that I don't know I'm blind because I get around just fine. A very special lady gave me a harness that says Blind Dog but that's only so people can see me.
I'm even house trained. I just need to be carried down the stairs, but I come right back up when I'm done. I like being outside.
I also jump up on the couch to sit with Foster Mom. I also give really big hugs and lots of kisses. I also get to sleep with Foster Mommy, and I really like that.
I like being here with Foster Mom and all my fur sisters, we all get along great, but I would really like a forever home of my own.
Don't let this blind thing worry you. If you met me you would fall in love with me, I just know it. And really you would never know I was blind. Please come on, take a chance on a great dog like me. You’ll never find another dog, even seeing ones, who are as sweet and as loving and as well behaved as I am. So fill out an adoption application for me, you will not be sorry.
Oh, and one more thing, my surgeries cost a lot of money, please consider donating to help us pay for them. That would get you a great big thanks from me for doing that.
Love and Kisses, Kaci
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