Pittie Betty Headed to MI

Pittie Betty Headed to MI

Lady Pit Betty was found in a San Antonio, TX animal shelter by Nicholas and Janet Kenney in Flint, MI. It takes a great human to adopt an animal they have never met with very serious health issues, including the possibility of cancer. Betty is the sweetest dog who has led a very rough life of abuse, neglect and illness but yet she still manages to put on a big smile.

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So far, Betty has been on quite an adventure:
2 weeks fostered by Michelle Stettler-Gill of San Antonio, TX to get her out of the kill shelter
San Antonio, TX to Lancaster, TX (Dallas) flown by Theresa Krafcheck
Lancaster,TX to Hot Springs, AR flown by Don Lawton
Hot Springs, Ar to Jackson, TN flown by Jim Carney

Carrie Bowman, Jackson, TN, will foster Betty for a week and then will drive Betty to Indiana and another pilot will fly Betty to Flint, MI.  Carrie gets another Gold Star by her name for coordinating this PNP rescue!

Carrie with Betty at the Jackson, TN Airport

Carrie with Betty at the Jackson, TN Airport


Betty will now live the rest of her life loved and happy!!

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4 Responses to “Pittie Betty Headed to MI”

  1. YEA!!!!!! Good for everyone involved!!!!!

  2. Tamara Malecki 16. Sep, 2013 at 1:00 pm

    What a great happy ending. All these people are saints! I foster for National Great Pyrenees Rescue, so reading this meant so very much. Thanks for doing what you do!!!

  3. I would love to know the continuation of this great story. I think the promotion of all if these efforts would get more people involved if their was a site that followed every dog.
    Devryabell@yahoo.com

    Andrew

  4. I had the pleasure of meeting Betty at San Antonio before she departed for Dallas. She was one of the sweetest, most loving dogs I have EVER met- one of those whose tail wags from the middle of her body out. She has every reason to be NOT that way but in spite of the harshness of her prior life, was obviously looking forward to a happy life in the years to follow.

    The Kenney’s are getting a dog that is living repudiation to all who think that breed-specific legislation is somehow appropriate.

    Thanks to all involved, “Sweetheart” does not begin to describe this dog!