Why we started In Love With Pits?
We own 2 Pits, Busta and Rosie. Busta, we bought as a puppy from a reputable breeder. Rosie was a rescue who came to us through a rescue organization for dogs who are on the “put-down” list. They posted details of Rosie on Facebook and she was due to be euthanized the very next day. Her photo with her big sad eyes completely captured our hearts, we called and adopted her. Knowing she was safe was an incredible feeling. When we took her home, she blended in really well with us and with Busta. She joined Busta sleeping on their beds in our bedroom next to our bed, everyone snoring happily as can be. It didn’t take long for us to realize just how much Rosie and Busta mean to us, and to each other. Our world would never be the same without them, they really are our hairy kids. I know it has become a bit of a cliché, but we didn’t rescue Rosie, she rescued us, including Busta.
They are such funny, silly, intelligent dogs, every day at 4:15 pm they both come and remind us that it is time to prepare their dinner.
We cook while they watch us, both quietly laying on the kitchen floor. After dinner, they own the lounge, and we have to sit next to them, whether we like it or not (thank goodness it’s a big lounge). They have great personalities and attitudes, combined with the enormous capacity to give love, there is not a mean bone in their bodies.
Personally, I am indebted to Pound Rescue for the love they have given our family through Rosie. For this reason, we want to support organizations that rescue dogs off the streets and from shelters and find them amazing forever homes. Giving forgotten dogs a second chance. Saving Pits from idiot humans. I just hate the way most of the world judges them for what they are not. They are lovable, sweet, smart, funny, loyal, strong, determined, agile, trustworthy and I could go on and on.
This is an image of Rosie on her first day home, as you can see her condition was not exactly good. She was dumped after having her litter of puppies, she was of no use anymore to disgraceful humans (animals).
Rosie was in such a bad condition that after only being with us for a week, we had to rush her to the Veterinary Hospital where she spent 3 weeks in intensive care.
The hospital invoice was for more than $3,000.00. When went to pay the hospital, they told us that Pound Rescue paid for us (wow, I am in tears writing this).
We are on a mission to change the perception of Pitbulls one T-Shirt at a time. We provide people the opportunity to show their love and support, and at the same time, we donate a portion of each sale to rescue causes targeting Pitbulls.
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