Kere. (Contributed photo.)

Kere. (Contributed photo.)

Kere looking for her forever home

  • Sat Dec 28th, 2019 1:30am
  • Life

Kere, her siblings and mum were found in August 2018. Fortunately, these puppies they did not have to survive on the streets of Thailand but were brought to the Elephant Nature Park outside Chiang Mai.

Sadly one puppy was too sick and didn’t survive but the others lived to see another day. Over the next year, all but one of the dogs found their forever homes in part through support from islander, Tracy Harachi.

Kiwi, the mother dog, was adopted by a family in Seattle; Tui and Kapo adopted by families in Portland, Oregon; and Kaia adopted to the East Coast. Only Kere remains at the park but, lucky for her, the family who adopted Kiwi are sponsoring her exit plan and she will be flying here at the end of January.

Kere is about a year and a half, spayed female who weighs about 40 pounds. At the park she gets along with the other dogs in her run and is happy when people stop in for a visit. There is a whole life ahead for this young Thai dog and it would be great to see her join a forever family.

If you are interested in learning more about Kere, possibly fostering or adopting her, email Harachi attswout@gmail.com.

 

Kere. (Contributed photo.)

Kere. (Contributed photo.)