Adoptable Pittie of the Week: Mae

4 Sep

A local good samaritan took in a pittie in need at the request of his neighbors. Mae’s former owners rarely took her out and kept her in a plastic crate for most hours of the day. So, for 7 or so months, poor Mae had little experience in the world. Thank goodness she knows how to make up for lost time! She is a big ol’ wigglebutt who has lots of energy, likes people and dogs. We wish we could take her into our program at Bully Project, but right now we are at capacity.

Mae, 7 months, approximately 40 lbs.

Her temporary foster dad guided her through housebreaking, provided vaccines and a heart worm test which came back negative. He can no longer foster her and needs to find an adopter or limited admissions shelter or rescue group to take Mae in. Some people might say this foster dad should see Mae through to adoption, but the reality is, he cannot. The best thing to do is move forward and spread the word. Mae still needs to be spayed (Bully Project will help any potential adopter with finding local resources for free or low-cost spay). And if you are asking yourself if she can hear, it appears she can.

Please spread the word about this beauty. Would be great to get her safe in a rescue or animal shelter – and not a city shelter. For more information about adopting Mae, please email us as and we will put you in touch with her current foster home.


One Response to “Adoptable Pittie of the Week: Mae”


  1. Mae Update « That Touch of Pit… - September 13, 2012

    […] falling in love with a pooch, but knowing we are at our limit. We did what we could, posted her here on That Touch of Pit, spread the word to friends and used some social media magic. Cain and […]

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