LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) -- What a difference a month can make for a dog named Karma.
You might remember that Karma was found inside a sealed trash bag in October in downtown Louisville. She was starved, anemic and covered in filth.
When he was rescued, everyone thought he had brown fur but it's white. He was taken in by the Shamrock Arrow Fund and since then has gotten the medical care he needs and Shamrock's director says he's thriving.
"We've gotten over 400 applications to adopt him. He's a very popular dog. He is being taken care of by our doctors and medical foster. When the time comes, he will go up for adoption. When the time comes. We don't rush it; the dog's the first thing. But since there are so many apps, we're asking people to please in honor of Karma, adopt from any local rescue or shelter, please. In honor of him," Rebecca Eaves, Shamrock Arrow Fund Director, said.
You can meet Karma this weekend. Shamrock is having its annual Holiday Shop to benefit it and the Shamrock Pet Foundation.
It's at the American Legion Hall on Bardstown Road. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday. There will be silent auctions, food, entertainment, adoptable animals and you can take your pets to get their pictures taken with the Grinch