WE WILL NEVER FORGET YOU LUCILLE

Dogfighting is a very real epidemic in this first world country of ours. The lives these dogs are forced to live is horrific from beginning to end. This is Lucille. She lived her entire life on rape stands and pregnant. The havoc it reeked on her little body was unthinkable. She endured bite wounds and contracted a blood disease common amongst dogfighting victims called Babesia. It is extremely costly to treat and very hard to cure. The Stand Up For Pits Foundation, Inc fought tirelessly to save Lucille but her body was too weak. She died in my apartment. Todd,
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ANGEL GRANT RECIPIENT UPDATE!!

Thanks to Angel Grant recipients Carolina Adopt-A-Bulls for the update!! The Stand Up For Pits Foundation is happy to support the work CAAB does. Great job! REPOST from Carolina Adopt-A-Bulls Tank our handsome black Pit Bull, was one of the dogs we helped rescued during Hurricane Florence from the coast. When he was first taken in by the rescue he was leash reactive to other dogs while on walks. Thanks to the SUFP Foundation Tank and his foster parents were able to receive training sessions to help with his issues. They have worked really hard on making four-legged friends! He
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GATSBY now known as PIGGY update!!

Many of you may remember this house hippo named Gatsby now named Piggy from Boston. The SUFP Foundation paid for his TPLO surgery after he blew his knee out last year. This little man was available for adoption through and PittieLove Rescue and got adopted shortly after his knee surgery. We just received and amazing update and had to share so you all could enjoy. We could not be happier for Piggy and we’re honored to have been a part of his journey! UPDATE FROM @pittieloverescue Hi Rebecca, Happy New Year! Here’s to another year of advocating and hopefully educating
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“PIBBLE” and SUFP in the New York Times!

“The comedian Rebecca Corry has been a vocal advocate for pit bulls. In 2013 she organized the “One Million Pibble March” in Washington, D.C., one of the earliest known uses of the term, to raise awareness about abuse and dogfighting. In late 2018 her organization, the Stand Up for Pits Foundation, released a comedy special featuring Fortune Fiemster, Bob Saget and Kaley Cuoco. Ms. Corry has two pit bull mixes: Sally, 4, and Todd, 3. She calls them pibbles, baked potatoes, velvet hippos, and does it even matter when you’re loved? “I did their dog DNA recently,” she said, “and
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