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The invisible 'Lil Bit' dog who nobody wants: Surrendered and out of time

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In Gaston County, N.C., a four-year-old pit bull type just lies in her kennel; she seems to have accepted her fate. She's a black dog; she's been surrendered because her previous owners said she killed the chickens and attacked the cats, and she's just tired of being locked up in cage.

Once upon a time her humans cared about her; after all she was spayed and was well taken cared of, but alas, this disposable society too often drops dogs off just like Lil Bit, and for a delusional moment actually pretends that someone will come along and adopt her.

The staff at the Gaston County Animal Control stated Lil Bit interacted very well and presented with little problems, but she's been there since June 12 and now is considered past due.

Lil Bit would do well with an experienced dog person and has been labeled "aggressive." How bad can one dog's luck be?

Anyone want to help Lil Bit? Follow her sad plight on Facebook by clicking here.

Year 2014
Tag# 2643
Type DOG
Sex FEMALE
Breed PITT BULL X Color BLACK/WHITE
Cage # F18 Age 4 yrs Adopt/Rescue/ Euthanasia Date 06/16/2014
RESCUE GROUP Admitted Date 06/12/2014
Area Pickup:
WHITESIDES RD, BESSEMER CITY
Remarks:
Aggressive

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