Louise seeks a loving home
Updated: October 2, 2012 2:19PM
Breed: Terrier Pit Bull Mix
Color: White and Brindle
Age: 4 years
Louise and her partner in crime, Thelma, came to the Animal Care League through Oak Park Animal Control. Louise didn’t get the attention or loving she needed in the past; so she took matters into her own paws and decided for a life on the road. In the end, Louise decided life on the run wasn’t all it’s cracked up to be and ended up at the Animal Care League shelter. She arrived on our doorstep with asphalt in her fur and we discovered she was heartworm positive. We’re treating her heartworm disease and she’s enjoying her walks and all the attention she deserves. But what Louise is really wishing for is a loving home to call her own. Louise is housebroken and needs a home with children older than 10.
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