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In shelter Dog

Memphis, TN, 38133
Pet name:
Mixed Breed
Say hi to Kitkat, #MASA16691! This two-year-old boy came to MAS on 9/12 after roaming the 38114 area. A volunteer spent time with Kitkat recently and said this about their time together:

"I got to hang out with sweet KitKat recently! This cutie is so fun and playful. He also loves to lay on you and let you pet him. KitKat is a BEAUTIFUL boy with gorgeous deep black fur! He loves to give kisses and run around the yard with you! He didnt seem to get along with the dogs in the kennels next to him (both males), but I am not sure how he would act outside the kennel with other dogs. He appears to be potty trained and is just an all-around sweet boy who needs his forever home!"

Kitkat was part of a small playgroup on 10/3. At first, he was a bit nervous, on edge, and very vocal towards a high-energy dog trying to play with him by jumping and licking his face. Once that dog was removed from the group, he relaxed quite a bit and was friendly and social. Kitkat seemed a bit hormone-driven but took correction well from other dogs. 

If youre interested in adopting, fostering, or rescuing 58 lb. Kitkat, email or meet him at the shelter anytime during our daily visiting hours of 12-4 pm.

Found near Bradley Street & Barron Avenue - 38114


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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