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My name is Morticia!

Pit Bull Terrier Puppy for adoption in McCalla, Alabama - Morticia
Photo 1 - Pit Bull Terrier Puppy for adoption in McCalla, Alabama - Morticia
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Bama Bully Rescue

Facts about Morticia

  • Breed: Pit Bull Terrier
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Puppy
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: D2016038
Morticia (Tish, for short) is a July 2016 baby, rescued right before Halloween. Her coat is a gorgeous fawn color, and her ears are bigger than the rest of her. She’s petite and beautiful, and probably won’t get much bigger than about 35 pounds. Unfortunately, her paw modeling career was cut short because she got something wrapped around her right, front paw, and it created something like a “club foot”. But no worries – she can still dance and shake hands and point at things with that damaged paw. If Tish could read, her favorite book would probably be Alice in Wonderland, because she loves trying to go down rabbit holes. That’s where that injured tootsie is a mixed blessing, because digging her own holes is out of the question. Tish is stubborn, but so sweet, a little Velcro strip stuck to your pant-leg. Once the puppy energy has exhausted itself, she’s laid back and contemplative. But she’ll do absolutely anything you ask of her, especially if there’s a treat involved. Tish loves meeting new people, loves going new places, and given her rocky start in life, is completely and utterly fearless. She tolerates what she doesn’t like – ears being cleaned, being picked up – with much gesturing from the damaged foot. But she’s happy, oh so happy. She wags her cropped tail and her entire little tush wiggles with delight. All she wants out of life is a soft bed, a tasty snack, and a nice, long nap preferably outside, in the sun, on her back.

About Bama Bully Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Bama Bully Rescue, Inc. is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization located in Alabama that works with shelters and the public in finding homes for Pit Bulls and "Bully breeds" that have been abandoned, abused, neglected, or fallen victim to other situations in their lives. "Bully breeds" helped by BBR may be: American Pit Bull Terriers, American Bulldogs, Mastiffs, Boxers, and some "Bully breed" mixes. BBR strives to educate the public about the true nature of such breeds and encourages responsible ownership by offering training, behavioral and health care advice in hopes to decrease the number of Bullies that would, without such support, be relinquished.

Bama Bully Rescue is a volunteer-run organization with members located all across the state of Alabama. We do not have one central location or a kennel. The dogs listed on our site are kept in foster homes, however some of our urgent dogs are stuck in shelters in Alabama. We work with many different Alabama shelters to try and give these dogs a chance at finding a home instead of automatically facing the euthanasia table. At this time, BBR is the only Bully specific rescue located in Alabama.

While many of our volunteers do have experience in Bully rescue, we still need help in our mission. We hope that you will support us in our mission whether its by donating, recommending us to your friends, becoming a foster home or volunteer (whether it is full time or part time), joining the AL Pit Bull Lovers group, or even joining us as a friend on Myspace. There are many Bullies out there who need our help, and we need your help to help them.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Bama Bully Rescue is a volunteer-run organization with members located all across the state of Alabama. We do not have one central location or a kennel. The dogs listed on our site are kept in foster homes, however some of our urgent dogs are stuck in shelters in Alabama. We work with many different Alabama shelters to try and give these dogs a chance at finding a home instead of automatically facing the euthanasia table.

Our Adoption Process...

An adoption application must be completed. Upon doing an initial screening of your application, a BBR volunteer will be in contact with you through the e-mail address that you provide on the application. After the initial screening is completed, a vet reference will be checked (provided the applicant has had pets in the past). The last step is a home visit, usually done by a BBR volunteer.

Upon adoption/transfer, an adoption contract will be signed. Adoption fees vary.