SISSY is a young Pit mix who was found as a stray in Cecil Co. The SPCA there will not put Pit Bull up for adoption so her good samaritan rescuer brought her to us rather than have her face certain death. We are not sure if she was neglected or on the run for some time but she came in very thin. We are still getting to know here but this is what her foster Mom says so far:
'Sissy is very sweet, the tail never stops wagging. She will not make eye contact with you, and keeps her head down while you pet her (wagging the whole time). She went right into the crate last night and layed down. She was unsure if she was allowed to come out when the door was open. Shaun left the crate door open all night, but she stayed in it. She's in his room in the basement, and she has full run of the room, but seems to go back to the crate when no one is around. She appears to be housebroken, no accidents and she always goes as soon as we take her out.. She is a little lovebug- just burries her head in your lap & wags her tail.'
She has been spayed, vaccinated, microchipped & tested heartworm neg. Will post more info as we get to know her. Adoption $165. Please fill out an application at www.companimals.org or email for more info.
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