Once saved from death row, now lost and alone, baby Karma needs saving once again.
Ten-month-old Karma was rescued by the RAIN (Rescuing Animals In Need ) rescue group from a high kill animal shelter in the north Georgia mountains last October.
RAIN says each year nearly 1 million dogs die in Georgia shelters. Karma was one of the lucky ones. She was rescued just before her “put to sleep” deadline.
She was vaccinated and spayed and then she worked with a trainer before she was brought to Federal Way and placed in a foster home in December.
She got along great with the foster’s other dogs and enjoyed the big yard and naps in the sunshine. But unfortunately she got out the front door, got away from her foster mom and away from safety.
Now she has been missing for over two weeks. On the run, hungry and scared, not in familiar territory and she needs saving once more. Her rescuers need to get her back safely!
Karma is a brindle Staffordshire and lab mix, close to 40 pounds, with a white patch on her chest. She is friendly to other dogs and people, but probably scared and hungry.
Her foster home address is close to 340th street and Military Road in Federal Way, near the 7-Eleven store, where she was last seen. Karma is micro-chipped, AKC registered, and had a collar on with a tag when the RAIN folks dropped her off but foster was not sure her collar was still on when she went missing.
The folks at RAIN are devastated that Karma is lost and feel that they have let her down.
If you know anything about Karma, you are asked to contact Denise at 206-718-1120 or Pam at 253-670-8708, firstname.lastname@example.org.