Lee doesn't attack cats but we do think he would do better in a home without cats. But, if you are experienced in training dogs to live with cats, then we would consider it.
Lee can live with children but we prefer he go into a home with kids over 12 at least.
Again, it depends on a person's experience in training dogs and teaching children self-control and respect for animals.
We don't know if he is house trained; he lives with other foster dogs, so, it's hard to tell. He is not crate trained in his current foster home. He enjoys sleeping on a big pillow on the floor next to foster mommy's bed. Sometimes he gets lucky and sleeps in the big bed with his humans.
Visit www.karmicrescue.org for an application. We only have foster homes; we do not have a facility.
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