Blanca has never met anyone or any dog she didn’t like | Forgotten Friends

This friendly pit mix would love an active family that would include her in all of their activities.

KERRVILLE, Texas — Our “Forgotten Friends” series showcases a dog or cat each week that has spent a lengthy time at an area shelter, just waiting for someone to notice them and bring them home to love.

This week’s Forgotten Friend named Blanca at Kerrville Pets Alive has never met a person or a dog that she didn’t like. She’s a two and a half year old pit mix who has already been spayed and is current on all of her vaccinations.

Blanca was found on I-10 near Mountain Home on December 29, 2023, and nobody ever claimed her. She did not have a microchip at the time.

This friendly girl loves to go on hikes and enjoys being outside in a yard. But when it gets super hot, she likes to be inside in the air conditioning.

She is strong and athletic, weighing in at about 68 pounds right now.

Blanca really just wants to be around people and bonds very quickly with whoever will give her some attention. There are no strangers in her world, only friends she just hasn’t met yet.

Her perfect family would be an active one that will include her in all of their activities and has a fenced-in back yard. She gets along with other dogs, as long as they are friendly, but cats are a different story. Kids are okay, as long as they are old enough to be around an active dog.


Blanca is spayed, up to date on all of her vaccines and heartworm negative. She is ready for her new home!

If you would like to add Blanca to your family, contact Kerrville Pets Alive! at Her adoption fee is $125. 

Kerrville Pets Alive is an all-volunteer animal welfare charity serving Kerr County. You can check out their adoptable pets on Petfinder or visit their adoption events every first and third Saturday between 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m., at 2102 Memorial Blvd. in Kerrville.

For whoever adopts Blanca, Lucy’s Doggy Daycare & Spa will be lending a paw by offering them a free “Glow Up” Day at the Spa, which includes a massage therapy bath and Pawdicure. One of Lucy’s most cherished core values is to continue Lucy’s legacy of giving back to pups in need, as Lucy herself was a rescue!

KPA is open seven days a week by appointment – email or call (713) 855.6291. You can also fill out an adoption application on their website.

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Are you not quite ready to adopt an animal, but would like to help Kerrville Pets Alive! with their mission to help animals in Kerr County? You can donate to their organization by clicking here. KPA uses their resources to help with medical care funding, volunteers, rescue, transport, equipment and resources to save impounded pets.

KPA! also assists Kerr County Pet owners in need by providing year-round FREE microchips, FREE Vaccine Clinics and FREE pet food and supplies. 

You can donate to KPA via their website at, or mail donations to: 317 Sidney Baker S., Ste. 400, PMB 345, Kerrville, Texas, 78028 or in person at 414 Clay in Kerrville. 

You can also visit their Amazon wish list on their website and order pet food and supplies that they need to help the animals.

Kerrville Pets Alive is also always in need of volunteers. CLICK HERE to find out how you can make a difference. 

You can follow Kerrville Pets Alive! on Facebook and Instagram.

Remember when you adopt a shelter pet, you save two lives… the one you bring home with you and the one that now will be saved because the shelter has more room.

If you know of a Forgotten Friend that has been overlooked and is still looking for a “furr-ever” home, contact Andrea at

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