His mother was pregnant when she was rescued by a kind family. Among his littermates, Fifty was finally chosen by the family. The joyful puppy was having a good time with his owners and Izzy, another canine sister, when the unexpected occurred.
Fifty was a pleasant and sociable dog, thus this was a prime example of Pit Bulls prejudice.
A patrol officer who saw Fifty mistakenly shot him in both of his right limbs. However, the unhappy dog’s right legs had to be amputated due to bullet wounds, and this awful incident drastically changed his life.
When Fifty was just learning to balance on his two remaining legs, his world was once again turned upside down. This time, Fifty and Izzy’s owners were forced to surrender them to the shelter after losing their house as a result of the recession. After losing the only constant in his life, Fifty found himself having to start afresh.
In the middle of this challenging and uncertain period in his life, Fifty discovered his inner light. He soon recovered his ability to run and walk normally because of his steadfast dedication and effort!
After nine months of rehabbing at the shelter, Fifty at last got his loving permanent home. He fell in love with them instantly and promised to be a nice pup to his new siblings and humans every day.
He became used to his new life, which included lots of exciting adventures and snuggling times.
Because Fifty’s new owners frequently foster dogs in need, the big guy leaped at the chance to be the perfect foster brother to other unfortunate creatures like himself.
Fifty is a remarkable survivor who carries his head high despite his infirmities and the numerous disappointments life has brought him.
Let’s demonstrate that Pit Bulls are much more than simply a “hated breed”..