FOUND - female brindle pitbull SW CR

Someone brought us this very friendly female brindle with a little white, pitbull thinking she was our missing pit. She was found roaming near Wilson Ave HyVee on Saturday Feb 5th mid afternoon. She is wearing a collar, but no tags. She is super sweet, I'm sure she is missed. Please let us know if you know her owners! I have contacted the Humane Society so I'm not sure how long we'll be able to keep her...please help us return her to her family!
ALSO still missing our MALE pitbull, black with white chest, no collar; tail and ears are not clipped. name Rudy.
Contact me at shellnmnks@yahoo.com

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shellnmnksyahoo says ... on Tuesday, Feb 15 at 12:35 PM

We were able to reunite her with her owner! (but couldnt figure out how to remove the post..)

Anonymous says ... on Monday, Mar 14 at 3:08 AM

There are very few people so compassionate for pit bulls so thank you for your kindness

tb3002 says ... on Wednesday, Apr 13 at 10:20 PM

did you ever find your pit bull?

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