Shelbyville, KY: Pure Bred Corgis need rescue before coming to a crowded
Please do not hit reply as these dogs are not at the shelter yet.
I received a call today from a very nice man who is in Florida. He is there
because he has cancer and needs his treatments. He lived in Shelby County
Kentucky with his wife and they shared a love for Pembroke Welsh Corgi. In fact
they have 8 of them. There are 6 adults, 4 females and 2 males, and there are 2
puppies. All of these babies are pure bred. Most are red and white with a couple
that are tri colored. Sadly none are altered and vaccination information is
The owner's estranged wife had been taking care of these animals but she is now
in jail. There is a family that has been caring for them but they are leaving on
The owner's information:
Please contact him directly if you can offer help for any of these dogs. Also
cross post to all the pure breed rescues and others that may be able to help.
Mr. Krane's biggest fear is that his babies will come to the shelter where their
fate is less then certain. They must be place by Saturday 8-29-09. Please help
if you can.
James Collins, Free Agent
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Shelbyville, KY 40065
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