An upstate dog is looking for a forever home since the family planning to adopt her hasn't stepped up for her transport, Facebook reported March 25.
Jasmine Weaver, owner of Jazzy Pit Bulls Rescue, posted then 6-month-old Stella back in December, asking someone to give her a good home.
A family fell in love with her, and Stella's adoption was approved. The potential adopter paid the adoption fee and the transport fee, and Stella was placed in foster care until the family could take her.
The family had an issue develop in January, just a week before Stella would have gone to her new home. The adopters current elderly dog has Cushings disease, and asked to postpone Stella's transport for a short time.
The family even sent money to purchase more food and medications for Stella, including her heartworm preventative.
Two months have passed, and Stella still waits for her new family. She's still in foster care, and Jasmine is worried Stella has fallen through the cracks. Attempts to get in touch with the new family haven't been encouraging.
A text message telling the adopter that transport needed to be done soon, or Stella would be placed back up for adoption. That message was never answered, phone calls weren't answered or returned, leaving the rescue to wonder whether this would be the ideal home for Stella, and whether she's still wanted.
The family planning to adopt Stella had always returned phone calls in the past.
Stella is 9 months old now. She's great with other dogs, as well as cats. House trained, crate trained, sweet and loving and ready for someone to commit to her like she deserves...
If interested in adopting Stella, please contact Jasmine at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 864-325-6028.
Please share Stella with your friends, especially those in upstate South Carolina. Stella is currently in the Greenville area. Transport can be arranged from almost anywhere, so don't let location deter you from offering this beautiful girl a forever home.