Ruff Ruff! My name is Kacey
|Breed:||Chihuahua/Terrier (Unknown Type, Small) Mix||Color:||Black - With White||Age:||Young|
|Size:||Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less||Sex:||Female|
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Hi. My name is Kacey and I'm a 4 year old, 9 lb. bunch of fun! I love attention and I love to play and snuggle with other doggies too. I don't really pay attention to the cat at my foster mom's house. He seems kind of boring to me. I have been staying with my foster mom for a while. I went to live in Mobile, AL and thought I might stay there, but they had too many big dogs for me. I don't mind big dogs. They are nice to snuggle with and I even slept next to a pit bull mix when I was in Mobile. But I just didn't like all of the noise and constant barking from the 16 other big dogs that were at the farm there. That made me nervous. So we decided it was better to come back to Birmingham and be with my other foster mommy. She loves me and was happy to take me back, but she has 3 other doggies also. One doggy is 12 years old and he is sick. She is sad. She said that he has always been with her since he was a tiny puppy and she wants to spend as much time as she can with him now because the vet said he has something called cancer. I don't know what that is, but I know that my foster mommy sometimes cries if she thinks he is uncomfortable and may leave her soon. They have been best buddies for a long time.
I think older kids are fun. I like to play and snuggle with them. I haven't been around any small kids. But I like to jump and have fun so it might not be good for me to be around a small one that I might jump on when I'm playing. I love to be outside and spend time laying in the sun too and also like to run around the yard. My foster mommy says I run like a greyhound. I've never had any trouble staying inside the fence and I don't try to get outside when my foster grandpa comes over to feed the chickens. I'm curious about the chickens. But I never bother them at all. I just watch my foster grandpa while he feeds them and gives them water and gets the eggs. Then I go back to my own business of playing or just laying in the sun.
I am house, crate and paper trained. I know that I'm supposed to use the paper or puppy pad if my foster mom is not home or I can't get her attention and I have to go really bad. I never go in my crate because that is where I usually sleep. Most of the time, unless the weather is cold or really rainy, I get to use the doggy door to go in and out when I want. On a pretty day I can usually be seen lying out in the grass enjoying the sunshine.
You can email my foster mom at nowhere2hyde @ gmail. com if you have questions about me or if you would like to meet me. I would love to meet you! I might seem a little shy at first, but I will warm up to you. :)
More information about Nowhere to Hyde
Rescue Group Info...
Our journey into animal rescue started with two special dogs who stole our hearts and opened our eyes to the terrible reality of animal cruelty and neglect. But it will take us all to help care for and love the many homeless animals. Please foster or adopt one of our deserving animals today.
Our main priority is to push for strict spay/neuter laws and end the problem of pet overpopulation and homeless animals at the source. Until then we will help those that we can who are abandoned and unwanted to find a loving forever home. Please open your hearts and your home to an animal in need. You will get their unconditional love and devotion in return as your reward. Thank You!
If you have questions or would like to meet one of the animals listed please send us an email at nowhere2hyde @ gmail. com and we will be happy to arrange a meeting. Thank you!
Be sure to include the Name of the animal you are interested in on the Subject Line and that you saw the Listing on Adopt a Pet. :-)
Adoptions require an application, including a vet reference. A home visit may be required to make ensure it is a good fit for both the pet and the potential adopter.
Thank you and we hope to hear from you soon!