Posted: July 19, 2012


Only a few days old, and this innocent little girl now named Brigitte (as in in Bardot), was almost dead before she got to take her first breath. It was just days ago, that a good samaritan brought us the newborn pup in a box. He had taken her away from some neighborhood kids who were running around the streets and showing her off as if she were some prize. In addition, she had a severely injured front paw that required immediate medical attention. We thanked the kind man and Bridget was put into a foster situation along with vet care. Within a couple of hours, the good samaritan returned but this time he had a woman with him. She jumped out of the car "screaming and hollering". Honestly, it was such a Jerry Springer moment that I couldn't understand most of what she was saying. Her story didn't match up as she claimed to "love her puppy" and "she had no f'n idea how those damn kids got her puppy". She began to hit the man/good samaritan, blaming him for everything and that's when it was apparent that she had other plans for this pup. When I refused to return the puppy to her, that's when the truth came out. She physically came after me, only to be dragged away by the "good samaritan" as she yelled…" I don't give an "F" about that puppy. I got 6 more at home that I can sell!!!". And they left. Sadly, word came back to us that the woman was seen selling the puppies from a box in front of a store just this past weekend. Though we don't hold much hope for these defenseless little ones, we can only thank the higher powers that they were watching out for Bridget. Though she won't be ready for quite awhile for adoption, you can follow her life each day as she grows into a little miracle. This is one very very special teeny tiny little gem.


15 Responses to “ BRIGITTE ”

  1. Nina Benson on July 19th, 2012 3:39 pm

    I am still stunned over the dog in Ireland that was put down because of ‘pit bull’ qualities. The dog was actually part bull dog. It’s canine profiling!

    We are suppose to be their voice, but with ignorant ppl, you can’t get them to understand that Pit Bulls are not a problem, their owners are. Any animal can be trained to be a monster in the wrong hands.

    I pray that Brigette gets a home with ppl who will treat her as a family member, with hugs and kisses.

  2. Cheryl DiBiase on July 19th, 2012 4:16 pm

    What a joy to be able to support such a wondeful organization that helps humans and animals of the most mis understood variety.
    Hope the move it well and goodly outta the way and eveyone is settled.

    Keep up the great work. Someday, God willing, we will all have homes of our own and resuce will be a thing of the past.

  3. rachel on July 24th, 2012 11:05 am

    she is too cute

  4. Stephanie on July 24th, 2012 12:52 pm

    If I didn’t have the cats my family would take her. Such a sweet little thing. *want*

  5. Chassity Roberts on July 26th, 2012 7:05 pm

    It is unfortunate that you do not adopt dogs out of state if an owner has an existing pet in the home. I have three pitbulls, but would have love to have the chance to add this adorable little girl to my family. Keep doing what you do knowing you have my approvial and admiration.

  6. Jason Lovell on July 26th, 2012 8:45 pm

    First off, love what you guys do! I’m making a change in my life that will bring some much needed stability, and I plan on following little Brigitte. There is something about that little angel that is working on my soul. I await every post to see her progress. And I hope this new situation will provide me the opportunity to try to be the one who gives her a forever home. I’ll be in touch and, again, much move and God bless!

  7. Clinton Castle on July 27th, 2012 2:11 am

    i want to adopt her,i currently dont have a dog i had a male pitt that was 12 years old and died last month ,im looking to try to replace him and she would be perfect,if she s still avalable please email me Thanks

  8. Lasha on July 30th, 2012 4:31 am

    hi, i want to come to your country and give help for dogs, i had to see how i can help the dogs but i don’t have money for sending for dogs. but i will work for dogs for free. i have to save many dogs from the streets. i have taking them from the streets and put them in my house then when they grow better i’m giving them in good hands. i know how to work with dogs. if u have a vacancy please let me help you. in my country there is not rescue centre like you, they just r killing streets dogs when they find them. in last 5 years i have save meny dogs please let me work with u. thanks.

  9. Kate Colgan on July 31st, 2012 10:52 am

    She is so cute I just can’t stand it. I can’t belive how someone could do that to such a cute little dog.

  10. Sandy on August 3rd, 2012 11:17 am

    Hi just want to say I’m enjoying see Brigette’s progress. I am in a simiular situation here. I foster for a rescue and they gave me a puppy 2 days old….actually 4 pups. The litter had eight so we split them to give them better care with two fosters, me being one. They were left on a fence post hanging in a plastic bag still with their cords attatched to them. The rescue figured they were only two days old! I now have the only surviving puppy named Hope! It has been a struggle keeping her alive but I never gave up hope on her and she is now 4 weeks old yesterday!
    I have loved every moment taking care of her & seeing Brigette is like watching my little Hope grow. She’s definately a little pit & so adorable!!!!!

  11. Amber on August 8th, 2012 11:52 pm

    I really REALLY want to adopt her but I live in Ohio with my dog Walter.

  12. Sierra on August 13th, 2012 2:11 pm

    she is so cute!!! maybe going 2 get her

  13. tina on August 13th, 2012 6:04 pm

    Oh my…my little girl looked at me and said mommy can we have her. my boyfriend fell in love with her. love to have her but can’t due to money problems.

  14. Marlee on August 16th, 2012 4:04 am

    It makes me so angry to know people care more about making profit than an innocent life. I would have loved to take all her animal privileges away! Keep up the good work. Marlee, Australia.

  15. Marquita on November 25th, 2012 7:29 pm

    I too am disgusted at the way people treat life.. whats worse is they do it to the precious babies both human and canine. I don’t see how someone can hurt such a precious thing such as life. These Pit Bulls are loving and the unfit humans make it bad for them. I love these dogs.

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