Friday, March 28, 2014
Bailey is a 3-year-old neutered female Lab/Hound mix. She is heartworm positive and needs to go through heartworm treatment. We are currently looking for a foster home for Bailey so that she can go through heartworm treatment. Dogs need to live in a home environment to go through this process. The cost of this treatment is paid for with our Foster Medical Funds. If you are interested in fostering Bailey you can call the Foster Program coordinator at 873-5918 or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org. Bailey weighs 37 pounds.
Bartholomew is a 3-year-old neutered male Domestic Shorthair. He is a big, sweet, fun guy. He loves play time and enjoys chasing feather wands around. Poor Bartholomew came into the shelter with a harness badly embedded into his skin. While removing it, he gave the lovely people on intake no trouble and was very well behaved through the entire process. Bartholomew has healed up great physically. He does have a scar under his arm but he doesn’t let it bother him. He’ll still need some time to learn to trust completely. He’s very friendly however some things can still make him nervous, although it is understandable when you think of all he’s been through. Bartholomew would do best as an only pet and in a home with no children under 16. Come down and meet brave, wonderful Bartholomew!
The Frances R. Willis SPCA is open Mon, Tue, Thurs 12-5 and Fri-Sun 10-5. We are closed on Wednesdays. You can view all of the adoptable pets online at www.summervillespca.org. We are always looking for foster homes for our animals and we greatly appreciate any and all donations. Feel free to call the shelter with any questions at 871-3820. Our mailing address is PO Box 1116 Summerville, SC 29484 and our physical address is 136 Four Paws Lane Summerville.
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