Adopt Sepia, our Mascot of the Match! Kansas City Current

Adopt Sepia, our Mascot of the Match!

This season, KC Current is teaming up with local animal shelters in support of pet adoptions. For the second year, the club presents the Mascot of the Match campaign, spotlighting one local animal ready for adoption.

The Mascot of the Match for KC Current vs. North Carolina Courage on Wednesday, September 6 is Sepia from KC Pet Project.

Adopt Sepia

Sepia is a three and a half year old mixed breed pup looking for her forever home. While she can be a little shy about new things, she gets so excited when she sees her human friends and is a total goofball. She will even do a silly little army-style belly crawl to get to you. This girl wants lots of love and will be a great companion. She is easy to walk and takes treats gently. Sepia may do well in a home with a dog friend but would love to meet them to make sure they'll be BFFs. If you are interested in meeting Sepia, bring your dog to the shelter for a staff-led introduction! Sepia is spayed, fully vaccinated, microchipped and ready to meet her perfect family today! She is currently located at the KC Campus for Animal Care in Swope Park. 

KC Pet Project is a 501c3, nonprofit charitable organization operating the KC Campus for Animal Care, Kansas City, Missouri’s, Animal Shelter. The organization cares for more than 15,000 animals a year and now have 14 locations in Missouri and Kansas to adopt out pets. They focus on progressive programs to help people keep their pets through Lost and Found services, the Keep ‘Em Together, KC program, and pet safety initiatives like microchipping, pet identification, and more. For more information on KC Pet Project adoptions, visit their website.



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