Pit Bull’s life began as a bait dog in a fighting ring. He was frightened and traumatized when he was rescued. He was also dangerously malnourished and infected.
Because of these factors, he was put at the top of the kill list at his shelter.
Fortunately, he was “rescued” moments before the euthanasia, but they only kept him in their garage and abandoned him.
See what a difference love and care will make! Since then, Buba has been adopted by his mother Katharine. She gave him a safe and comfortable house.
For the first time in Bub’s life, Katharine showed him love and concern. She provided him with the tools he needed to conquer his fears and feel at ease in his new surroundings.
He soon became attached to his new mother, discovering that she truly cared for him in a way no one else had. Unfortunately, he became too close to her and experienced the anxiety of separation whenever he was separated from her.
Katharine decided to crate train Bub to help him get used to being alone. She stuffed his crate with beds and pillows to make it as comfortable as possible. Bub was uncertain of the new arrangement at first, but like many dogs, he grew to enjoy his crate and see it as a safe haven.
Bub fell in love with something other than his crate: blankets! The puppy’s blankets seemed to be a source of warmth and pleasure. As a result, whenever Katharine came home and let Bub out of the crate, he still dragged the blanket with him. When he saw how much the charming gesture pleased his mother, he acquired the habit. When they see it, it’s hard not to smile!
Katharine expected the blanket to finally disappear, but it didn’t. Bub can now grab anything he finds to greet his mother after work. Pillows, toys, and even shoes are included! And, as it turns out, his antics are contagious to other dogs.
Bub’s family eventually adopted another Pit Bull named Simon. Simon was already on the verge of euthanasia until Katharine adopted him. Despite Simon’s presence, Bub continued to use his blanket as a protective shield from his tragic past. Soon after, Simon heard and joined it.
Both sweet rescue pups now welcome their mother at the door with sheets, pillows, or whatever they can get their hands on. It’s a heartwarming sight to see these things that smell like home and likely make them feel relaxed.
Pit bull breeds are often discriminated against and considered “intimidating”. On the other hand, Bub and Simon are working hard to refute the report. After all, this couple is so cute that it will melt your heart. And their transformations are impressive. Katharine claims she doesn’t even remember the picture of the Beetle from his time in the shelter. And he is the happiest he has ever been thanks to Katharine. He became the cutest dog.