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Ahaji, beautiful pit mix in foster care and heartworm-free, wants her own family

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According to Facebook: Greenville County Pet Rescue, this beauty is ready to leave foster care and find a loving, forever home.

Foster parents are the backbone of the shelter. They work under the rescues, or the shelter, to care for a dog or cat until a rescue has room to take the animal in and match that dog or cat with the perfect home.

Unfortunately, the system can bottleneck, leaving fosters unable to help save more lives because they have as many animals in their care as can be handled comfortably. This is why it's important for fostered animals to be adopted.

NAME: Meatra Now Ahaji (meaning 2nd chance)

ANIMAL ID: 21714972

BREED: Pit mix

SEX: Female

EST. AGE: 4 yrs

Est Weight: 44 lbs

Health: Appears Healthy, hw pos(treatment done)

Temperament: dog friendly, people friendly

ADDITIONAL INFO: heartworm treatment done Look at Ahaji! She is such a happy girl! Completely housetrained, loves to snuggle and give sweet kisses!

RESCUE PULL FEE: sponsored!

If you fall in love with this sweet baby, located in the Greenville, South Carolina area, please contact Greenville County Animal Care Services at petrescue@greenvillecounty.org. Be sure to put the pets name and animal ID number in the subject line of your email.

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