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Flooding in Osawatomie, Kansas Overfills Shelters; Dogs Scheduled to Be Killed to Make Room

If you have room in your home and heart for another furbaby AND you live near the flooded area in Kansas, check out this announcement...

Joy  |  Jul 5th 2007


If you have room in your home and heart for another furbaby AND you live near the flooded area in Kansas, check out this announcement from Liz Marshall.

KS is flooded
Please HELP the “OZ” shelter!!

6 dogs placed temporarily. Yay!!
BUT 3 dogs remain, will be euth’d possibly by Monday, but things are changing hourly

Osawatomie Needs Help Placing Dogs after Flooding Caused Overcrowding in Shelter

Here are the dogs that we are looking for help with now. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you so much for all of your help with these guys and for checking in with us! It is greatly appreciated!! Please contact Val Larkin at Vlarkin@aol.com or Tammy Froeschner at Tammy.froeschner@cerner.com. Thanks!

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URGENT – Patty, female Manchester Terrier/X. Patty is approximately 6 moths old. She is a sweet girl who just wants attention. She has a wonderful personality, she is an active dog and still young, but I have no doubt she will be an excellent pet. Her days are numbered – she has been at the pound for about a month now and with the recent flooding she is very much at risk of being put to sleep to make room.

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URGENT – Lila – cute little Lab/X female pup. She is approximately 3-4 months old. She was found in the back yard with Ashton above. She is very socialized, loves people and other dogs. She would be a great addition to any family .

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URGENT – Lady, German Short Hair Pointer – purebred female approximately 2-3 years old. She is an owner surrender because she was killing the chickens. She is fine with other dogs, cats, kids and all people but can’t be around chickens. She is up to date on her shots but still needs a spay. You wouldn’t believe how sweet this dog is until you meet her. She is on the small side – 30 – 40 lbs with lots of love to give. I don’t want her to die at the pound.