We have two dogs and two rescues to feature on The Paws Report today at 3:30:
Saving Sunny, Inc. is a great organization doing important work in rescuing, rehabilitating and adopting out Bully Breeds and other dogs who have often suffered abuse and neglect. They are on the front lines to change the misconceptions and myths about Pit Bulls and combat breed discrimination as well. Pitty Fair 2016 takes place this Saturday at St. Joseph’s Children’s Home from 1-7pm. More information on their event page here.
Kelsey Westbrook is a founding member of Saving Sunny and will be joining us today to talk about the Pitty Fair and has an adorable dog up for adoption named Rosie. Here’s more about her:
Sweet Rosie has not met anyone she has not wanted to shower with kisses. Lots of kisses! She loves to play with her foster brothers and go for walks, however she’s really quite medium energy and is mostly a a fan of snuggling in your lap. Her goal is to be as close to humans as possible! She is smaller than pictures make her out to be, full grown at only about 35 pounds! She’s around two years old and we suspect her to be a Staffordshire Terrier mix. She’d be a great companion for chillin’ on a restaurant patio or at your feet at a coffee shop. If you would like to meet this spunky, angelic little girl please email email@example.com.
We also have the good folks from The Kentucky Humane Society who will be bringing Lexi with them today. Here’s more about her:
Lexi is a sweet, fun-loving Pit Bull Terrier mix who came to the Kentucky Humane Society in search of a forever home. This beautiful girl is very special. She has a seizure disorder that will require that she take medication the rest of her life. As long as she stays on this medicine, though, her seizures have been under control. Lexi loves people and both dogs and cats. She likes to play in bursts, but her favorite thing to do is snuggle up with her human in bed or on the couch. To say that Lexi is a cuddle bug is an understatement. Lexi does well with a harness and knows some basic commands. She’s not really into walks and would much prefer to be mellow. Because of her special needs, she needs a special person who can understand and love her as she is. Could that be you? Lexi is spayed, micro-chipped and up-to-date on her vaccinations. Since Lexi thrives being in a home, she is going to stay with her foster family until her forever person comes along. To meet Lexi or learn more about her, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 502-366-3355 ext 2260. To view all adoptable animals at KHS, visit www.kyhumane.org or call 502-366-3355 for more information.