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KEMO, THE LITTLE GUY-RESCUED

We rescued Kemo from the Gloucester County Shelter in NJ on 08-24-10. He was to be PTS 2 days later. He’s a little guy, at 23 lbs. vs. my 30-pounder-corgis who are a yard long.

He was in desperate need of a dental and went to the vet for a check. The vet said he had an abscess in addition to the extremely heavy tartar to be removed. On Friday, 08-27-10, Kemo had 9 teeth removed, as well as, a dental cleaning of the remaining teeth. Unfortunately, he was found to have 2 tumors which need to be checked in 2 weeks.

These may need biopsies so he is not done with the vet yet. Kemo is a nice boy whose previous owner (s) never took care of him. He was picked up as a stray so we don’t know his story. He is friendly and comes UTD with shots (except the rabies) and will need a forever-home with understanding people on his needs.

On Sat. 08-28-10, the day after his dental, he was happy and spunky. It was nice out and not hot so we took him in the gardens for fun. He had a good time!

On Wed. 09-02-10, Kemo went to another foster home to be with Nancy, Penny, and her 3 other furkids. He met Penny and they walked around Nancy’s gardens to get acquainted. ( Penny is about his size but thinner and she’s a NATURAL BOBTAIL!!)

Kemo will be there until his check up at the vet’s next week. We hope he goes to his forever-home then but he needs tests and biopsies so we know all the health problems.

All of us rescuers, supporters, and helpers are happy that Kemo is with us longer. He is very appreciative of his clean mouth and says thanks to all!!

Sue J. says,

"Goodbye, Kemo.”

Nancy says, “ Hello, Kemo and welcome!”

Penny says,

"Okay, you can stay.”

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Emily watches Kemo who is on the patio.

OCT. 2010 MUNCHKIN (KEMO)

Munchkin (Kemo) is with Jodi in PA since Sept 12th. Corgi Aid Inc. paid for his expenses of the dental, etc. He is happy in his new pack and learning much with Jodi.

Munchkin is on pain medication enabling him to enjoy life as he still may have cancer in the 2 tumors. The extra surgeries will not give him a good quality of life so we are just letting him be happy.

UPDATE: Munchkin lived for another 1 1/2 years with Jodi before he asked to be let go to the Bridgel

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Kemo waiting for Jodi

Sept. 12th