April 15, 2018
Pets all across the Hill Country are in need of loving homes. Kerrville Breaking News would like to join others dedicated to finding these pets forever homes.
Today we are featuring this sweet dog, Bella. Bella was recently found with her litter of puppies in Kerr County. Kerr County Animal Services picked her and her babies up after receiving a call with her whereabouts. Bella was quickly separated from her puppies, who were sent to Hill Country SPCA in Fredericksburg to be cared for until they could be adopted.
After spending about 10 days in the care of KCAS, Cindy McLain and the Hill Country Animal Advocate group were able to find her a short-term foster family.
Delores, Bella’s current foster mom, has a love for dogs, having a few of her own. Unfortunately, Delores won’t be able to give her a forever home. Hill Country Animal Advocates are desperately trying to find Bella the new home she deserves.
Bella is a very sweet, medium size dog that appears to be a few years old. She is a little timid right now, which is understandable since she has had an emotion past couple of weeks. She gets along well with other dogs and is well-behaved with children.
If you are interested in adopting Bella or would like some more information about her, you can contact Cindy McLain at (580) 574-0839 or send a text to Bella’s foster mom, Delores. Delores prefers for inquirers to text her at (830) 928-9276.
The sooner Bella can find a loving furrever home, the better.