Every other week, Chatham Magazine features an adoptable animal from Chatham Animal Rescue & Education
Kira is a 2-year-old Great Pyrenees mix who loves daily walks. She is eager for hugs and tries her best to be a lap dog despite her size. Kira prefers to be indoors to curl up on her dog bed or in her crate. When it’s time to go outside, she likes to do a perimeter search every time, so she will need a physical fence. After she completes her routine, she is ready to be inside again. She prefers a quiet home with kids over 8 years old. Kira is spayed, micro-chipped and up to date on vaccines and preventative medications.
To learn more about Kira and her adoption fee, visit the CARE website.
The mission of Chatham Animal Rescue & Education is to promote the health and safety of all dogs and cats in Chatham County. CARE foster caregivers provide loving, stable homes to homeless cats and dogs, helping them become the best possible pets for their future forever families. CARE works with the Chatham County Animal Shelter (currently open to the public by appointment only) to save the lives of unwanted cats and dogs, manage feral cat colonies, and serve as an educational resource. CARE is a nonprofit animal welfare organization that has served the community since 1975 and relies on individual and corporate donors for support.
Click here to see a list of available CARE dogs.
Click here to view available animals at Chatham County Animal Shelter and other courtesy postings.
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