I'm being cared for by: Friends of Chicago Animal Care & Control
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Penny
Breed: American Pit Bull Terrier Mix
Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
I am already spayed.
Meet Penny - a 4 year old red-nosed pit who has been the mom to many and is ready to retire as your true love. Penny willingly goes in her crate (she stays in there up to 8 hours a day) and is house trained. She knows sit, stay, and is learning how to walk on a leash. What she is best at is being loyal and staying by your side. She loves chew toys (especially her chicken) and rawhides. She would love to be your loyal companion! We are looking for a foster for this lovely lady in a cat free home. Please contact Kara at 847-636-8047 or email@example.com for more information. Please consider giving this girl a home!
Friends of Chicago Animal Care and Control's foster program focuses on the 20,000+ animals who make there way to Chicago Animal Care and Control every year though no fault of their own. We're here to provide help for as many of those unfortunate animals as we possibly can.
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http://fcacc.org or mail a check to: FCACC, P.O. Box 4414, Chicago, IL 60680.
Our Adoption Process...
Adoption fees are as follows: $200 Adult Dog (6 months and older), $250 Puppies (up to 6 months), $95 Adult Cats (6 months and older) and $125 Kittens (up to 6 months). Potential adopters can fill out an adoption application on our website at www.fcacc.org. If application is approved the foster will schedule a meet and greet with the potential adopter.
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