Animal Welfare Humanitarian Award recipient: 102.9 WMGK's John DeBella
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Hey furry lovers. Sorry its been a while. But, we promise it'll be worth the wait. And we promise to write more often.
We had to hear this Cinderella-esk happy tail over and over again–because it seemed too good to be true, and because it's one of those stories that makes you feel a rush of happiness every time you hear it.
We feel it's only appropriate to christen our blog with the story of one of our most favorite and memorable animals, Scarlet, a white Pit Bull mix that you often could mistake for a pig with the pink pigmentation of her skin and triangular, oink-like ears.
(Scarlet looking like a pig with her former foster daddy, Micah)
Scarlet entered the Adoption Center as a stray in early December of 2010. She was underweight and most likely over-bred. Sadly, a common sight for a lot of the Pit Bulls that find their way to us. At first, she was scared, and then she got to not liking dogs because of all those darn dogs she had to share her living quarters with in the dog kennels, but boy did she blossom when she went to outreach events. She loved kids!