Begging for a Miracle in Murray Kentucky
Christmas is a time that inspires a certain kinship among believers and non-believers alike. This is a time when emotions run high and we embrace what is important in our lives.
This Christmas Pit Bull fanciers are thankful for such miracles as the abolishment of breed specific legislation in areas historically set on the destruction of a dog for the sins of man, the survival of dogs like Patrick, thrown out as so much garbage and the depth of love we feel for our canine companions. Love truly is the greatest of the blessings we as humans are privileged to experience.
I want to take this time to wish each and everyone of you a Merry Christmas and all the best in the coming New Year. Thank you for all you have brought to my life and for the support you have shown in the fight against ignorance and irresponsibility.
FINAL REQUEST FOR A MIRACLE: I received this post for a dog that has suffered unimaginable cruelty at the hands of those charged with his care. If ever there was dog that deserved a miracle in the eleventh hour it is this one.
This is an 8 month old puppy that was originally owned by drug manufacturers. Their lab exploded leaving this dog completely deaf. The next "humans" that took him, hog-tied him and poured lighter fluid over his back, then set him on fire. He was pulled by a good samaratin and treated by a local vet but his foster, due to health issues, will not be able to provide sanctuary much longer. If no one is able to provide this dog with at least temporary foster, he will be euthanized by the same vet that eased his suffering through both tragedies.
Contact information for this dog is the Murray-Calloway County Humane Society in Murray Kentucky. They can be reached by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 270-759-1884.
He is housebroken, crate trained and good on the leash. He does seem to have a preference for women. He is also heartworm negative, up to date on shots but not yet neutered.
Please, in this season of miracles, consider offering this dog a place to call home once and for all. He has been down a long road and has been spared for a reason.