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 www.aff.petfinder.com any questions bark at Kim 215-676-3318 or email email@example.com
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