Here's a breed you haven't heard of before! (OK, we've never heard of it before. To you, of course, readers with vast knowledge and experience, this dog is as common as a cocker.)
Kennedy is a Phalène.
Were we right? A Phalène is related to a Papillon. Papillon means butterfly and Phalène means moth. The Phalène is a small-sized, light-weight dog with long sleek hair and some feathering on its large, stand-up ears. You can learn more HERE.
Kennedy was picked up in Racine and taken to the Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control Commission (MADACC) by a concerned citizen -- where he sat unclaimed for eight days. Countryside Humane Shelter picked him up and brought him back to Racine, where he waits for adoption, as no owner has come forward looking for him. Of course, if you're Kennedy's rightful owner, where the heck are you?
UPDATE: Our last dog, Bryan, a four-month-old Lab mix, was just adopted yesterday!