Adopt Platypus! Mascot of the Match Presented by FunkAway Kansas City Current

Adopt Platypus! Mascot of the Match Presented by FunkAway

This season, KC Current is teaming up with local animal shelters in support of pet adoptions. In partnership with FunkAway, the club has launched the Mascot of the Match campaign, spotlighting one local animal ready for adoption for each home and away match of the regular season.

The Mascot of the Match for OL Reign vs. KC Current this Sunday is Platypus, of KC Pet Project.

Adopt Platypus

Platypus is a two-year-old sweetheart looking for his perfect home. He has been at the shelter a whopping 100 days. By the match, he will have been at the shelter 102 days! So, he is more than ready to find his perfect fit. This boy is crazy about his people. He loves to be near you and will stick to your side. He is also great at listening to commands and will show you how good his sit is while he patiently waits for treats. He also has a playful side and loves to throw down! But, like I said, he is crazy about his people, and he does not want to share you with any doggy siblings. He longs for the spotlight! He would do well in an active household that would be willing to spend some quality time outside with him before coming in for some snuggles. Platypus has so much love to give and given the opportunity, will make an amazingly loyal companion! Come meet this adorable guy at the Kansas City Campus for Animal Care in Swope Park! His adoption family will receive gift bags from KC Current and FunkAway as part of the sponsorship.

He is currently housed at KC Pet Project, a shelter working to build a more compassionate community for both pets and people. They care for over 14,000 animals a year and work with other animal welfare organizations to increase the number of homeless pets adopted and focus on lifesaving programs promoting pet retention, identification, lost pet reunions, and pet ownership education throughout the community. Their mission is “leading the way in creating a compassionate, safe community for pets and people through progressive, lifesaving programs and services, community resources, and educational opportunities.”



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