It turns out that Kati, one of the 170 puppy mill dogs rescued in May 2007 from a Nebraska farm, has ended up as an Embraced pet in Arizona, care of the Best Friends Animal Society and Lisa Sayler, Kati's new mom.
Best Friends wrote up Lisa and Kati's story on their website in the article "Toys, belly rubs and swimming pools"
170 dogs removed from a large commercial breeder's property in May 2007. The frightened dogs were rescued by the Nebraska Humane Society of Omaha, and Best Friends Animal Society took in 10 of the dogs with the most serious emotional issues. Kati was one of those dogs. With some tender, loving, one-on-one care from Best Friends staffers, Kati's emotional wounds began to heal.
It's a great story and we're delighted that Lisa chose Embrace to insure Kati. To read more, check out the story here.
As we head into the Thanksgiving holiday here in the US, I'm sure there are many dogs and cats who would thank the Best Friends Animal Society for their health and well-being. Who would you thank for your pet's health?