Pet Project: Sweet Shortcake looking for cuddly new owner

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) — Kansas Humane Society’s Director of Communications Jordan Bani-Younes brought in Shortcake, a dog, to KSN’s Pet Project on Thursday afternoon.

She weighs 56 pounds and is 2 years old.

Bani-Younes says Shortcake is really sweet.

“She really likes pets. She likes cuddles. She’ll give you kisses,” said Bani-Younes.

He says she also does really well in a car.

“She prefers to be carried into the car beforehand, but she’s really, really sweet, and we love her a lot,” said Bani-Younes.

Shortcake does prefer women. Click here for more information about her.

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The Kansas Humane Society has a couple of events coming up.

One is Bark in the Park at 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 27, at Eck Stadium, 4100 E. 21st St N. Bring your pup to watch the Wichita State baseball team take on Tulane. Click here to buy tickets.

The other event is Doggy Days from 5 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, May 1, at Chicken N Pickle, 1240 N. Greenwich Rd. Guests can play bingo, shop local vendors, and listen to live music. Ten percent of proceeds from food and pickleball will go toward helping local pets receive care. Click here for more details.

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