Victim puppy with ears cut off finds new home
OKLAHOMA CITY – It’s a happy ending for a little puppy who was the victim of horrific animal abuse.
We first told you about “Sweet Baby Jones”, the pit bull puppy a few weeks ago. He was found with his ears cut off, left out in the freezing cold when he was just four weeks old.
The Bella Foundation and Neel Veterinary Hospital nursed him back to health.
Now, Jones will be adopted by a family from Colorado who works with the organization Stopping BSL, a group that works to stop discrimination against pit bulls.
Members of The Bella Foundation are sad to see him go, but can’t think of a better family to place him with.
“His foster mom took such great care of him. He is doing so well on potty training, he plays well with other dogs.” Jessica McLaughlin said. “He’s going to forget about everything that happened to him before this and he’s going to live a wonderful life.”
Jones has had all of his shots, been neutered and finally had the stitches removed from his ears.
The Bella Foundation brought Jones to their adoption event on Saturday for one last
public appearance before he goes home with his new family.
Jones will have two siblings, a chihuahua and another pit bull. The family says Jones will fit right in.
To read the original story about “Sweet Baby Jones” read this.
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