Monday, August 1, 2011

This Week's Featured Adoptable: Mama

Mama is an absolutely adorable two-year-old pittie mix.  She's a smaller girl, but don't let her size fool you -- her personality is larger than life!

Miss Mama was rescued from a shelter in California after her litter was born and her bright prance never fails to bring a smile to the faces of everyone who meets her.  Mama loves to play ball, but expect a fight -- once she gets a hold of a tennis ball, there is little chance that you'll get it back, unless you can outrun her.  Mama is very loving and protective and would be the perfect pup for a family with children.  She's great with kids and tolerates cats, but she can be picky with dogs. 

To meet Mama, or just to see her jovial trot, contact Cathy King at 801-359-5595 or  

Mama gets some love at a Utah Humane Society Benefit.

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