Meet The Professor!
This darling boy came to our rescue in poor condition. He and his siblings were being sold for 5 dollars each too young to be away from mom and a concerned citizen snatched them up. It was a good thing she did as the pups were starving, infested with worms and had ringworm all over their bodies. After some TLC from their foster they are happy, healthy pups looking for their forever places!
The Professor is a porky little fella much like his brother Skipper but he is not as stout. He is suspected to be a Staffordshire/ Boston terrier mix, so as an adult he should be between 45-55 pounds. He has stubby legs, a chubby belly and a sort face with big Boston Terrier eyes. When he is excited or wants food he “roos” and talks like a Boston might. Professor is outgoing but still loves to cuddle and be in your lap. He is young and easily socialized with any home environment and any sibling from feathered and furred to human. Adoption fee is set at 250; this includes neuter when old enough, shots up to date of adoption, a month of pet insurance, a microchip and a wellness check at our vet within 72 hours of adoption. If you would like to add this darling to your family please download the adoption application found @ katesrescue.org and save it to a computer as a word document. Once edited you can email the completed form to us at firstname.lastname@example.org with “Professor” as the header.
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