Pawsitive Karma Rescue News

Thank you for reaching our news page. Please bear with us over the next few days. We are consolidating our information and moving it to this site. As we bring the old posts over, you will probably notice missing pictures or run into some links not working correctly. Don’t worry, we’re on it and working hard to get it completed soon.

As we’re sure you can understand, our first priority will always be taking care of the animals that need us. So we greatly appreciate your patience during this process.

MUNCHKIN MEETS HIS MATCH

Having grown up with cats around, I have always loved them. I used to have an awesome tux male kitty named Bently Sir Sockems. My roommate, her 9yr old son and I moved to Waxahachie for a job opportunity but after 6 months it just wasn’t working out for me. Deciding...

FERGIE FINALLY FINDS HER FOREVER HOME

I guess it’s been a few months now since we adopted a dog named Fergie at Petco in Round Rock. I hope you remember her because you asked me to keep you posted.My son wanted to change her name so she is now called Helga. She truly has found her forever home. My son is...

Adopted Puppy Brings Comfort To Older Dog

Alyssa adopted Cookie in August of 2012 from Pawsitive Karma Rescue.My parents’ dog (Cheyenne) is a White Lab and has been a part of my family for the past 12 years or so. She’s an adorable dog and just wants loves all the time. Sometimes, she has little seizures that...

Fighting For Mango’s Life

Mango is a one of a kind type of cat. Not only is she unique because she is a orange female cat (most orange cats are male), but she has an absolute love for all people and life itself. Mango was pulled from a home along with 85+ cats in Mesquite, Texas because of...

Once Abused and Neglected, Nadia Sees the Pawsitive Side of Life

Pawsitive Karma Rescue is an animal rescue that primarily focuses on saving the “last chance” animals from Central Texas shelters. This was the case with precious Nadia. Nadia stood out to our evaluators because of her calm demeanor and adorable blue crossed eyes....

Two Special Cerebellar Hypoplasia Kittens Join PKR

At the end of February, 2012, PKR received an email from Williamson County Regional Shelter asking for our help. They were completely overloaded with feral cats. One of these cats was Elizabeth Taylor, a beautiful tortoiseshell with big yellow eyes. Elizabeth was...

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