Gina Hardter, spokeswoman for the AWLA, said Kay is beloved at the shelter for her silly side, though she is looking for a home with adults.
“She’s a complete goofball who is as happy on a hike as bouncing around the yard, hanging out with other pups, playing with her toys or just enjoying a quiet night in with her favorite people,” Hardter said.
Kay is currently staying at a foster home, but Hardter said interested adopters could schedule to meet up with her by calling 703-746-4774 or emailing [email protected].
Photo courtesy Animal Welfare League of Alexandria
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