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Help Paloma Find a Home

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November 10, 2011


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Help Paloma Find a Home

Paloma has waited four long years for a forever home. Recently, she found a great match with a foster mom who loved her, but in the end was forced to give her up. It’s a well-known fact that Pitbulls are often discriminated against by landlords, as many owners have trained Pitbulls throughout the years to be violent toward humans and other animals. Unfortunately, Paloma has fallen victim to this stereotype. Paloma has been through a lot in her life, and probably won’t survive another extended stay in a kennel. There is a Facebook campaign to help Paloma find a forever home. You can read more about her story here on

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  1. Alllison Keller
    November 22, 2011 at 5:56 pm

    I will keep Paloma in my prayers! I also went through the same ordeal when trying to find a home for my son's Pitt, Kirra. I know the discriminations and it is painful and hard. I wish I could open my home, but already have 3 animals. I will however do my part to post this on FB, try to bring attention to your site and your cause, now that I am aware of it! May she be blessed with a good forever home soon! God Bless You!

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