SUFP funding Matilda’s chance at life!

The Stand Up For Pits Foundation is happy and honored to be helping this sweet soul get a second chance at the life she deserves and doing so in memory of Canelo. Humans are the problem, not dogs. Take a moment to read Matida’s story by LoveLeo Rescue below. Meet Matilda. She’s the perfect example of a misunderstood dog that had the decked stacked against her in a complicated shelter system. We courtesy posted but it didn’t help her find her forever home. In JUNE — Matilda was found tied to a tree in a park. A kindhearted mother and
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Spay & Neuter ANGEL Day 2019 cities announced!!!!

April 2nd will be three years since Angel left us but her life and legacy lives on and grows stronger every day. There is no better way to honor Angel and her beautiful life than by saving millions more. One unaltered female and her offspring over a six year period can create 67,000 animals. The prevention of unwanted animals is vital and desperately needed in order to lower shelter intake and euthanasia numbers nationwide. This April 2nd, the Stand Up For Pits Foundation, Inc will be fully funding 22 free spay and neuter clinics nationwide which will fix 868 pit
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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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