Some people abandon their pets for various reasons. Their actions are unjustifiable, but sometimes the reason behind them is beyond our understanding. Volunteers of Bad Rap know this, so they reached out to the previous owner of one of their Pit Bull trainees through a touching letter.
Bad Rap is a non-profit organization known for helping rescue Pit Bulls to come out of their shells. These dogs undergo training from Bad Rap volunteers to help them polish their behavior. Because of the breed’s bad reputation, shelters usually find it hard to look for families who will adopt Pit Bulls. Bad Rap staff train the said dogs so they can be ready for adoption.
Among the many Pit Bulls brought to Bad Rap center is a kind young male who was dropped off at the Silicon Valley Animal Control Authority. The said dog was surrendered by a man who said he saw the stray and decided to bring him in. The shelter workers knew otherwise. In all their years of volunteer work, they have figured out that some owners would lie to escape their responsibilities.
The management of Silicon Valley Animal Control Authority wanted to help the poor Pit Bull by finding the perfect family who will take care of him. But before he joins the other dogs up for adoption, the shelter’s team leader decided to send the pup to Bad Rap to help rehabilitate him.
Bad Rap volunteers gladly welcomed the pup with open arms. As soon as they met him, the trainers knew the Pit Bull was a special dog. He is kind, friendly, and had a sweet demeanor. Witnessing the pup’s good upbringing, the volunteers decided to write a letter to his previous owner.
Through the letter, the Bad Rap volunteers assured the dog’s former owner that his old pet is safe and is in good hands. They also described how the jolly Pit Bull quickly made friends with the other trainees at the center. The team at Bad Rap shared their letter online and has since gone viral for its humble and sweet intent. Bad Rap wants people to know that Pit Bulls are sweet, smart, and kind dogs and that people just need to give them a chance.
credits: Bad Rap via Facebook