This is Pork Chop.
Pork Chop was a 15-year old pit bull dumped at the shelter. Pit bulls have a difficult time making it out of the shelter alive. Old pit bulls have little to no chance.
Enter Angel City Pit Bulls, who made sure an older gentleman like Pork Chop got to spend his final days in a warm, soft bed surrounded by family and love and home cooked meals.
That's why on October 6th, I'm running in my 2nd Race for the Rescues as part of Angel City Pit Bulls' team. I'm running to raise money for Angel City so they can continue to rescue, to adopt, to spay/neuter, and to educate the public about pit bulls.
And so that older dogs will get the same chance as Pork Chop for a kind and loving place to call home for those final days.
My 41st birthday falls on October 8, so I'm trying to raise $4100 for Angel City Pit Bulls. You can find my donation page here.
I know times are tough and there are a lot of people asking you for money. No amount is too small. And if you could reblog and get this in front of more people, I know that I can reach my goal.
Thank you for reading, and thank you for your support. I and the old pit bull that I live with appreciate it.