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21-Year-Old Inspires People To Share Photos Of “Vicious Pit Bull Attacks”, And It’s Just Too ‘Scary’
20 Mar

21-Year-Old Inspires People To Share Photos Of “Vicious Pit Bull Attacks”, And It’s Just Too ‘Scary’

Animals Homepage featured actual vicious pitbull attack cuddling with pit bulls friendly pit bulls 20th of March 2017

Pit bulls - the breed that probably suffers most because of widespread prejudice against them, implying they are aggressive and vicious. This particularly affects vulnerable bully breeds that end up in a shelter and have lower chances of being adopted if people see them as dangerous. In fact, bully pibbles are the number 1 euthanized breed in the US. Maybe that's why 21-year-old Brittany, who works at the Humane Society in New Braunfels, Texas, couldn't help but post some pictures of adorable bull pooches she met at the shelter - a puppy named Spice and her sister Sugar. To add a little bit of irony to the whole 'pit bulls are to be scared of' situation, Brittany wrote a following caption: "ACTUAL VICIOUS PITBULL ATTACK".

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‘Pit Bull Flower Power’ Already Found Homes For 140+ Pits (New Pics)
05 Feb

‘Pit Bull Flower Power’ Already Found Homes For 140+ Pits (New Pics)

Animals Category homepage Featured Good News Animal photography 5th of February 2016

U.S. based French photographer Sophie Gamand is still on the mission to challenge the often negative perception of Pit bulls. Since we covered her project "Flower Power, Pit Bulls Of The Revolution" 1,5 year ago, more than 140 shelter Pit bulls from her flowery photo series have found loving homes. Gamand also has nearly 70k followers on Instagram.

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Artist Photographs Pit Bulls In Floral Crowns To Show Their Softer Side And Encourage Adoption
12 Aug

Artist Photographs Pit Bulls In Floral Crowns To Show Their Softer Side And Encourage Adoption

Animals Cute Photography adopt adopted 12th of August 2014

Pit bulls tend to get a bad rap in popular culture, usually being portrayed as ferocious and aggressive beasts. Sophie Gamand, a U.S.-based French photographer, has set out to change all that by photographing pitbulls posed with beautiful hippie flower crowns. Her photo series, entitled, “Flower Power, Pit Bulls of the Revolution,” aims to show the sweeter side of these oft-misunderstood animals.

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