Kismet was rescued from ACS. She was literally minutes away from euthanasia.

My name is Kismet, I was rescued minutes before I was to be euthanized, let’s just call it fate. I’m thankful and I show it by giving my foster mom endless kisses and cuddles. I spend my days either snoozing or chewing on a stick/bone to keep me entertained while foster mom works from home. I was a little shy at first but now I am friends with my foster siblings and I like to chase them when they have the zoomies, though my little legs can’t always keep up. I am quite fond of the rubber chicken they had banished to the bottom of the toy bin and I take him everywhere I go. Noises from outside the house still spook me and visitors make me a little nervous but my foster mom gives me reassurance that I’m safe and makes me feel better. I potty only outside the house and I don’t mind the crate if you have to leave. I do prefer to snuggle with you at bedtime if you’ll let me and I’ll be your couch buddy when you’re binging your favorite shows. I love all the treats and even some fruits and veggies. I’m still learning on how to walk on the leash and working on stay/place and wait but I’m sure I’ll master them quickly.