Meet beautiful Kali

A woman did a post that a dog showed up at her house in the village I live and she wouldn't leave, she would sleep outside and follow her out with her little dog. Her big dog didn't like her so she couldn't come in. She was feeding her but she had no shelter and the nights here are freezing and we had rain and hail. That day, Sunday, I went to check for a microchip, of course there wasn't one. She said she had a piece of string around her neck that she cut off. She was visibly lethargic and so very sad. Her belly looked swallen and I was afraid she may be pregnant. I couldn't sleep that night thinking of her, where was I gona take her? I got up early on Monday and took her to the vet as soon as the clinic opened. Fortunately she wasn't pregnant but she tested positive for Ehrlichia (a tick bourne illness that is easily treatable with a course of antibiotics). She needed to start taking pills ASAP. She also had an ear infection. How could I take her back and leave her on the street? I couldn't do that! But where was I going to take her? If I have to be honest the minute she got in my car I knew she will not be going back there. So she came in my garden. She was so happy to have warm bedding to sleep on and food to eat. Very grateful yet still had a very sad look.

Few days later I decided to introduce her to my own rescue pup. It was a love at first sight. They played and played and played... he would wait by the door to let him out to her. Then I decided I might as well test her with females and so she met one of my grumpy girls and was so good. Then I said ok, cats are next since they are dog savvy. She passed the test with flying colours. Now Kali is ready to find her forever home and she can fly in March. Couple of days ago, after her being spayed she went to a foster home so she is getting used to home environment as well and she is doing well.

Kali is between 2 and 3 years old (estimated) and I believe she is labrador (certainly has a labrador appetite) and some GSD along the line. She is a big-ish dog at 27kg.

- good with all dogs
- good with cats
- great with people, can be homed with children 10+ years old
- good in the house and doesn't mess
- Kali walks well on the lead

The only thing she now needs is her own forever sofa. If you think that's yours please fill in our application form

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More About Kali

  • Sex: Female
  • Colour: Black
  • Age Group: Adult
  • Breed: Mixed Breed
  • Age: 2 years 9 months.

What you should know

  • Can live with cats: Yes
  • Good with dogs: Yes
  • Needs resident dog: Can live with a resident dog or alone
  • Can live with children: Over 12
  • Adoption Coodinator: Rachel/Raya Sheridan/Atanasova

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