My name is Gator!

American Pit Bull Terrier Mix Dog for adoption in Medford, Massachusetts - Gator
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Kitty Connection

Facts about Gator

  • Breed: American Pit Bull Terrier Mix
  • Color: Black - With Brown, Red, Golden, Orange Or Chestnut
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Male
Gator is ready to be part of your family! Gator is a loving, gentle and well-behaved male pit bull who is ready to find his forever family. At two years old, Gator’s first few years haven’t been very stable, but he’s full of love. He is the ultimate snuggler- at his happiest curled up with his head on someone’s lap giving kisses. Despite his loyalty and affection, Gator also does very well when left on his own. He’s even happier if he’s left with a peanut butter Kong to chew on for a few minutes before settling down for a nap. When you’re ready to be out and about, Gator wants to join – he’s still an energetic pup! He loves car rides – crack the window and hes in heaven. He also loves going on walks, hikes and runs. Just show him his leash and he’ll head straight to the door with a few happy leaps on the way. Gator already knows ‘sit’ and is getting much better with ‘come’, ‘stay’ and ‘leave.’ He is food-motivated (and gentle taking treats!) so will be a quick and fun dog to train. He loves meeting new dogs and can be overly-excited when approaching them so will need to take things a little more slowly. More than anything, Gator wants to find a family – he loves people and connects quickly. He is looking for an owner who will enjoy his energy, loyalty and love and can offer a calm, stable home in exchange.

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About Kitty Connection

About Our Rescue Group...

Our volunteers are a group of individuals dedicated to the rescue of unwanted animals and educating our community on the importance of spaying and neutering their animals in order to stop the over population of unwanted domestic pets; primarily kittens and cats.

Our goal is to provide the public with resources on being responsible pet owners and the proper care necessary to have a healthy and happy pet. We rescue disadvantaged cats in the hope of finding them "Forever Homes."

Come Meet Our Pets...

Please visit out website to view adoption times and locations. If you cannot make it it one of our adoptions please call us at 781-393-9995 or email us and someone will get back to you with an appointment to meet the kitty that's waiting for you!

Adoption is by appointment only. Unless published through the web or on our web page.

Our Adoption Process...

We require all adopters to fill out a pre adoption application to help match you with a cat that is compatible for you and your family.

A. If you own your home, you must provide evidence of ownership in the form of a copy of your water bill or your real estate tax bill.

B. If you rent your home or apartment, you must provide a copy of your lease showing that pets are allowed, or you must have a written letter signed by your landlord stating that pets are allowed