~~ We are trying to find Kief (4 years old) a home, foster or a rescue. He needs someone pit savy as Kief had no socialization except with the small child that bothered with him. He has not had any training, but is eager to learn. He is a total love bug. He is all puppy at 4 years old. Now that he has been introduced to life. Jeff who rescued him has no money. He paid to spring him from the shelter and to have him neutered. He has been with friends of Jeff’s for 7 weeks and they can’t keep him any longer. He needs to be out this weekend. We have been networking him like crazy. No one will help. I have begged so many rescues in CA and surrounding states. I don’t know what to do. It breaks my heart he might be going to the shelter this weekend where you know he will be killed just for being a pit. This poor dog that is so sweet just needs someone to love him. That he is part of the family not a lawn ornament. Where he gets lots of love, attention and exercise. He is located in Sana Ana, CA Kief is a 4 year old White Pit bull with black spots. He has one Blue eye. He is a total love bug! Here is Kiefs Story: Kief, was Jeff’s neighbor's dog. He jumped the fence and was picked up by animal control. The neighbors said they weren’t retrieving him! The shelter was going to kill him just for being a pit in the next couple of days. Jeff could not let this sweet dog die in a shelter and spent every penny he had left to bail out Kief. Kief was neutered a month ago. He is used to small kids as the people that owned him have a small child. Jeff can not keep him as his own dog is aggressive to other dogs. Jeff would not let him die in a shelter! But he is out of options as of this weekend. Jeff is looking for the perfect home for this sweet boy! Please contact Jeff 714-815-2857
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