I Love My Pitty!

Thank you for visiting this page! My dog, Abby, is very important to me and my boyfriend. We adopted her a little over a year ago and we feel so lucky to have her. She has taught us both so much about unconditional love. I may have "saved" her, but really I feel like she has saved me in so many ways. I remember how many pitbull mix dogs there were at the shelter when I met Abby and how some people did shy away when they saw pitbull in a dog. The stigma associated with this breed is ingrained in some people. My girl is so lovable and the farthest thing from "scary". My sister also has a pitbull, Dallas, who is a MUSH. We are both crazy about our dogs and love the sweet pittbull in them. I want to raise money to help animals (especially those pitty's) out there that aren't as lucky as Abby and Dallas and really need our help. Please join me to help give abused and homeless animals a second chance at life. Thank you! 

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Personal campaign progress

$ 15.00 raised to date
Personal Fundraising Goal
$ 500.00
Suggested Donation
$25.00

Recent Donors

Name Amount
Sophie Gustafson $15.00

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  • Sophie Gustafson

    $ 15.0011 / 30 / 2015

    Told you I would donate when I could, girl! Love that you made a fund for this. I definitely used to be scared of pitbulls after a horrific situation I saw in the hospital, but my views have changed thanks to people like you educating the community. Hugs to you and your sweet girl xx