My name is Majesty!

Labrador Retriever/Pit Bull Terrier Mix Dog for adoption in Warminster, Pennsylvania - Majesty
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I'm being cared for by:
Animal Friends Furever,Inc.

Facts about Majesty

  • Breed: Labrador Retriever/Pit Bull Terrier Mix
  • Color: Black - With White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 8990365

Hi, Hi, Hi! Come on, sit with me. My name is Majesty, and I am about 11 months old, spayed and current on all shots. I am a lab/pit mix. My foster mom says I'm an energetic, fun loving, sweet girl. Is that a breed? It seems I had suffered some kinda trauma from humans and am picky about whom I will go with. It looks like I was also hit, so I am wary of new people. I love my foster mom, her dog, cat and two kids. I need an experienced dog owner. I prefer a yard, and kids at least 10.

I have a sad story: I was undernourished, living on the streets of North Philly, but following happily behind people. They all either ignored me and walked away or screamed in fear and ran away. A kind woman who had been watching from her car asked a man nearby if I was his. He said I didn't belong to anyone. The kind woman had some chicken. I ate it so quickly and almost ate the tissue it was in. I was offered water, but was so hungry I ignored the water, looking for more food. The kind woman put me in her car and took me home. I was so sweet on the drive, curious and snuggling. I was just happy to be off the street. My kind rescue woman bathed and fed me, cleaned my few wounds, and slept with me. When she tried to leave, I would cry. The kind woman surrendered me to a local shelter to see if any humans were searching for me. When no one came within two days, I saw the kind lady again. I was so happy to see her. She was then told it was a high kill shelter and was offered the opportunity to foster me. She took me back home that day and I was introduced to her kids, cat and dog. I have been with her ever since. I'm ready for my Furever home! Fill out an adoption application for me at any questions bark at Kim 215-676-3318 or email

About Animal Friends Furever,Inc.

About Our Rescue Group...

Animal Friends Furever, Inc. (AFF) is a group of animal lovers that came together on June 6, 2007 to be the voice of animals in need. We are a rescue who helps those owners who can no longer care for their Furbabies and want to make sure they get the best new home. AFF also takes in animals found on the street or from shelters. AFF will help any animal in need if we can. PLEASE NOTE: We DO NOT have a PHYSICAL SHELTER!

AFF helps owners find new and loving homes for their pets when they can no longer keep them. We do this by posting a story and a picture on and other adoption websites and placing a picture in the paper. AFF's animals also come from bad situations such as the street, abusive/neglectful situations, or animals who were tossed out. In each case our priority is to find each animal a Furever home!

AFF'S animals are mostly owner surrenders. Generally, these animals are NOT evaluated by AFF. Information about them comes directly from the owner. AFF DOES NOT HAVE A SHELTER! Our animals stay with their current owner(s) or in foster care. Foster homes are all over. We do not have a shelter where our animals are all together! Some of our Furbabies are with other rescue groups or in shelters and posted on our site as a courtesy.

To assist owners who can no longer care for their dogs by placing the dogs in new homes and providing any needed medical treatment.
To place abandoned, abused, and stray dogs in foster homes as quickly as possible, until a permanent home can be found.
To rehabilitate and re-home unwanted, stray and abandoned dogs.
AFF is a dog rescue! We will help any animal in need if we can. We will accept all cats that are owner surrender whose owners can hold their cat until a home is found.
To educate the public about abuse and neglect of animals and the importance of spay/neutering their pets.
To bring to the attention of the public the dangers of choke and prong collars along with educating people about the danger of retractable leashes and electric fences.
To educate the public about the cruelty of declawing and leaving cats to fend for themselves. .

There are tons of ways you can help. And everything you do benefits the whole group, and in turn benefits our animals.
We need people willing to:
Volunteer at Petco
Be an Event Coordinator
Update Website/Facebook Page
Write Grant Applications

We are always in need of your kind donations. AFF is a 501 (c) (3) Non-Profit, so all donations are tax deductible. Employer Charitable Matching is another great way to help and make your donation go further. Many companies match their employees' gifts. Contact your company's human resources or public affairs office to inquire about how your company can match your kind donation. For questions regarding employer charitable matching donations, please contact Kim at 215-676-3318 or email at We look forward to you joining our ever growing family of animal lovers!.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We have no shelter. Our animals are in foster homes or with their current owner.

Foster homes mean a lot to us and are important for the animals. By fostering, you can make the difference between life and death! You can be hope for a dog and/or cat!

{Scared, lonely, I don't understand why I was left. Where did my family go? What did I do wrong? All alone I sit. I shake from fear. Why am I here? It's not completely clear. A light shines through my fear. A kind hand I feel. A kind voice assures me they will be back for me. They say it's a foster home for me!}

In these hard times, with so many animals being abandoned, the need for foster homes is great. Adoptions are down 80%, with many more animals being abandoned every day. These Furbabies are suffering. Any questions: email or call Kim 215-676-3318. please fill out the foster application at

Our Adoption Process...

We require a adoption application completed online listing both veterinary and personal references. If approved, a home check and "meet and greet" with the animal is scheduled. If all goes well, an official adoption contract is signed.

We charge adoption fees to allow us to continue rescuing animals in need. The adoption fees cover spay/neuter, vaccination costs and any additional veterinary care the animal may have needed.

Kitten and cats under the age of 3, we ask an adoption fee of at least $100.00 and cats 4 years and older an adoption fee of at least $75.00

Puppies and dogs under the age of 2, we ask an adoption fee of at least $200 and dogs 3 years and older an adoption fee of at least $175.
Each animals adoption fee is different.