They say, “good things come to those who wait.” Yet they also say,”If your ship doesn’t come in, swim out and meet it.“
But what if you can’t swim out to it? What if you are confined and no one knows you are there? This is the case for Patti. She is confined inside the property of the Brant County SPCA, a no-kill shelter in the BSL-afflicted province of Ontario, because she is a Pit Bull.
If you measure things in years as people are wont to do, then Patti has just had an anniversary. She recently marked one year at the BCSPCA — what’s that? About seven years in a dog’s life?
“Nothing at all yet, no interest and no rescues that have gotten back to me…” was the last report we received about Patti.
Patti is not unwanted. She is a wonderful and sweet girl.
Her problem is simply that no one knows she is there, so her people have not found her yet.
Please share her story. And share until she finds her new home. There is a place for her here on the outside. We just need to get the word out about her by sharing it as far and wide as we can.
It’s her turn. She has waited a long time. Let’s see if we can bring her ship in to her. It could be as simple as a share.