Hi! My name is Raini and I’m a 2-year-old Pitbull mix. When I was first fostered, I was really sick and hungry. My foster mommy helped me grow all my fur back and now I weigh 55 pounds which is where I should be! I love my foster brothers (2 male dogs and a cat) and we play all the time. I like to growl, but they don’t mind because we’re just playing.
My favorite toys are ropes and Kong rubbers. More than anything, I love to cuddle. My favorite spot to lay is right by my foster mommy’s head (which never suffocates her, I promise) or under the covers by her feet. My foster mommy also taught me that I need to go outside to potty and she says I’m a “great running partner.” I don’t know what that means, but sometimes we go on these really fast walks and then I eat an entire bowl of food and sleep FOREVER!
After overcoming a really bad upper respiratory infection and the stomach flu, I’m ready for my furever home.
Hi, I am Rani and I am a 2 year old Pit Bull. I have just been rescued from the pound and not much is known about me yet. The amazing staff and volunteers here at Partners for Pets are busy getting to know me and getting me ready for adoptions.
If you are interested in adopting please go to our website at www.partnersforpetsil.org and fill out an online application.
Adoptions are held at the O'Fallon, IL PetSmart every Saturday of the month from 11am-3:30pm and at the Glen Carbon, IL PetSmart every Sunday of the month from 11am-3:30pm. We are also at Petco in Edwardsville Crossing every Sunday of the month from 11:30-3:30 pm. The cats are only at Glen Carbon. Please let us know if you are interested in a pet and we can arrange to have them meet you at one of the adoption events.
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