They tell me Halley’s Comet only comes around once every 75 years. Why wait all that time when you can just be with me, Stardust! I am a four-year-old, female terrier mix, and my shelter story started when I arrived at Dorchester Paws on February 11, 2020. Little did I know that 274 days later I would still be living the shelter life as the longest canine resident at Dorchester Paws.
Don’t get me wrong! There is nothing wrong with the lifestyle. It just wears down on a girl, ya know? That is why I am currently in a foster home while I wait for the cosmic forces to bring my forever family into my orbit. My current foster would use words like “cuddly, active, and loyal” to describe me.
However, don’t pin me as one of those pampered, big-wig, city dogs. I would love nothing more than to hop, zoom, and prance in the heat of South Carolina’s… winter? Ya, I still don’t understand the weather here. Also, I should let you know that I don’t prefer other critters. I’d much rather be your one and only. Though, feel free to invite all your human friends and family, especially the little ones. So, please contact the Dorchester Paws Foster Coordinator, Mollie Crabtree, and come a get you a girl who can cuddle and play catch!
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for further inquiries.
Written by Kennel Technician and Adoption Counselor Jimmie Tedder