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Old 01-10-2005, 02:38 PM
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Talking I rescued a pit from his home....

I don't know if I ever told you about this story or not. Last year at halloween, I was taking my nephew around the neighborhood trick or treating. We walked up this one house, and they had a sign on their door that said "puppies for sale". I was curious, so I asked what kind of puppies they had. They were pits and they wanted $200 for males, and I think $250 for the females. Well, we turned around to walk out of their yard, and go get some more candy, and there was a male pit on a chain. He was about six months old. Of course my nephew wanted to pet him, so we walked over. This dog was so poor you could see every bone in his body. He was tied up with a really heavy chain. So, I went back to the house, and asked if he was for sale. I couldn't leave that dog there. They told me if I wanted him, I could have him. So I took him!!! I carried that 6 month old pit bull about 3 blocks back to my house. I took him inside too feed him. He ate like he hadn't eaten in days. We called him Buddy. He was a very good dog. Loved kids, and loved being inside on the couch. A very good friend of mine took him home, (I wanted to keep him, but Dixie didn't like him) and he is the best dog. He is very big and muscular, and just a big teddy bear. He's happy and has a good home. I just love happy endings.....
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