On #MemorialMonday we want to honor the South Carolina dogs that have passed away.
Kami passed away the beginning of January, just a few weeks before the court case would be resolved and she would have been adopted by her foster family.
From her Foster Family:
I got Kami and Eevie on the first transport up and nothing can prepare you for the condition that these dogs were in. After many baths we finally knew what color they were and could start processing what to do with them. Kami, was older, by the condition she was in I was thinking 8-10 years old. She had so many litters of puppies that her back was curved in and her stomach hung so low. She was unable to squat to poop and she wasn’t walking the greatest. With love, food and more love, Kami started shining after a couple of weeks. Her coat was getting healthier, her personality was amazing and everyone that met her loved her.
Because of the way these dogs lived they immediately attached themselves to my other Dobermans since they were use to living in a pack and my pack helped Kami with potty training, where the food bowls were and trusting us. After a week or so Kami started asking for attention and would get on the couch and lay by us. She loved to lay on you and was thriving under the attention. We started taking Kami to Doberman Underground events and she loved the attention from everyone. She was finally becoming a family pet. It was so unexpected when Kami passed away and we were devastated but even without the paperwork to adopt her we told her she was ours and she belonged to us. She wasn’t a foster dog she was my dog.
We miss you Kami girl 🌈❤️