Forever Home Friday – Charlotte

You may remember Charlotte from Project Hope. Mychaela Bruner did a story on her this summer as part of our Clear the Shelters event. She is still looking for her forever home.

Charlotte came into Project Hope after someone dumped her with her two tiny puppies in a dumpster. Her caretakers say she was malnourished and had scars on her face when she was found. 

Charlotte lives with a foster mom right now. Her puppies found forever home and now it is her turn. She gets along well with other people and dogs. She is spayed, dewormed, and vaccinated. She is also micro-chipped.

There is a $100 adoption fee. That is reduced to $50 for anyone 60 or older who wants to adopt her.

If you want to adopt her, call Project Hope at (618) 524-8939.

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