Shelter aims to change people’s minds about pit bulls
HUNTLEY – Four-year-old Midnight doesn’t fit stereotypes often associated with pit bulls.
When owner Amanda Bosshart met him at Huntley Animal House Shelter, where she volunteers, he seemed as though he had been abused, urinating when she touched or even talked to him.
“He was really shy,” Bosshart said. “The shelter worked really hard to rehabilitate him, and he’s been doing really well. He really came out of his shell.”
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