This is my little boy Buddy. We rescued him about a year and a half ago and he's just changed our lives and filled us with so much love. He was found running on a highway in New Hampshire. He only weighed 35 lbs (he was fully grown at the same size he is now and his healthy weight is about 65lbs - just for some perspective). You could see all of his ribs, he had cuts all over him, and a broken tail. We hadn't even planned to get a dog that day but when we saw him in the shelter, fearful and cowering in the corner, we knew we had to bring him home. It's hard to imagine now, because he is the happiest pittie in the whole world, but he was so nervous and afraid when we first brought him home. He has given us a family. Every day he greets us with smiles and every night he snuggles under the covers between my fiancé and I. He's just perfect. A true example of what a pitbull really is: the world's most gentle giant. This breed is beautiful and loving. They are remarkably resilient and love humans even after experiencing torture by human hands. Buddy is nothing but an innocent creature full of love. Buddy is the biggest blessing I've ever been given and he's a reminder to me every day that pure goodness exists. He's my angel.
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Taking this pledge publicly states your support of making communities safe for humans and pets and that you will be attending the rally at the US Capital in an attempt to end BSL (breed specific legislation) and abuse/dog fighting. The time is now, for us, as a society to be the voice of the millions of voiceless victims and offer solutions to help end this national epidemic. PLEASE join me now…
PLEASE take this pledge and reach out to Maryland governor Martin O'Malley via emails, phone calls and/or hard copy letters. We must act NOW. THE GOAL-to get Mr. O'Malley to sit down with Rebecca Corry face to face to discuss BSL (breed specific legislation) which is plain and simply put-DISCRIMINATION. The goal of this petition is to protect people and pets. To provide safe and humane…
Five years ago an Angel came into my life in the form of a Pit Bull Terrier from the South Central Los Angeles Shelter. Her ears cut with razor blades, battery acid burns all over her back, broken tail, part of her tongue missing, had been bred several times and used as a bait dog but still had a smile on her face and nothing but love to give. Angel has educated and enlightened people around…
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