Meet Scarlette, a purebred, female. Siberian Husky, who is currently at the high kill SEAACA shelter and is overdue to be euthanized, simply because the shelter does not have enough space for all of the animals. Scarlette gets along well with other dogs, as she has been kenneled with other dogs. She came into the shelter with another husky, her sister, who she was very bonded to, however, her sister has been adopted and Scarlette is still stuck at the shelter, looking for a loving home. There is a rescue who is willing to save Scarlette's life by getting her out of the shelter, however, they cannot do it without a foster (temporary home) or forever home for her to go to, once she is out of the shelter. Fostering is free as the rescue provides all of the necessities while the dog is in foster care such as vetting, grooming and food. If you or someone you know is interested in adopting and or fostering this beautiful dog, please send a message to the email listed below. Thank you!