I first saw Loki as she ran up to me outside my building one night, as she tried to eat my shoelaces. I waited around for about an hour to see if anyone would come and claim her. I asked around the neighborhood a bit hoping to find her owner. I eventually took her to the vet to check if she had a microchip. Turns out she didn't have one, so the vet very kindly gave her a free health check. The good news is, she is very healthy! I plan on getting her up to date with her vaccinations as soon as possible.
Loki is a very happy puppy and loves to play! When I take her to the park she loves to chase me as I run, and she never strays too far. I am keeping her in a fenced in corner in my apartment right now, where she has a pee pad, a sleeping area, and an eating area. She is a puppy so she is prone to many accidents, but she seems to be getting the hang of going on the pee pad. I can donate the fence to anyone who wants to take her. I am leaving the country in a few months and I can't take her with me, so I am looking for a foster home or of course, a permanent home would be ideal. Please feel free to contact me with any questions!
If you are interested in fostering or adopting Loki please fill out the adoption/foster application (same form) from: http://www.animalrescuekorea.org/adoption-application and return it to me: firstname.lastname@example.org