When families part and go separate ways, their pets are affected too. And often times, they're the ones who end up in limbo.
Although loving guardians view their pets as much a part of the family as human children, they are not always welcome into affordable rental housing because of strict rules or size restrictions.
This is the situation Sydney, a 4-year-old pit bull mix, finds herself in because of a domestic violence incident that has forced one partner to leave.
Sydney is currently staying in her home and is in no danger of abuse, but it is going into foreclosure, leaving Sydney homeless.
Finding a new home for her has become a priority for her mom.
People are trying to help Sydney find a foster or adopter ASAP so that surrender will not become the only option.
Sydney is described as a sweet, friendly dog who is wonderful with children. However, she should be the only pet in a new home at this time. She is housetrained, spayed, and up-to-date on shots.
A $50 rehoming fee and references are required, along with a home visit. Her mom wants to find her the best home possible in the tri-state area.
She doesn't want to face the devastating decision to surrender her to a shelter after being in her home since she was a puppy.
If you or someone you know is interested in helping Sydney, please contact ThePolishedPitbull@gmail.com for more information.
Otherwise, please share for her to reach someone that may be able to provide the happy home she deserves.
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