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”.
And boy it started… People began sharing similar shots of super ‘aggresive’ pit bull (love) attacks. While Brittany says she does empathize with all those who ever been bit by a pit bull or any other dog, she hopes her post will remind people not to start hating the whole breed because of a bad experience with an individual canine.
#1 Vicious Pitbull Cuddling His #1 Boy After A Seizure. The Horror.
#3 Almost Died After This Attack
#4 Illy The Pit Mix (Who Was Rescued From A Florida High Kill Shelter After Being Removed From A Backyard Where She Was Chained Up All The Time While Kids Threw Rocks At Her), Can Be Seen Here Attacking Me So Viciously On My Couch While She Was Visiting Me With My Brother Who Adopted Her.
#5 He Ate Her Shortly After This Picture. So Vicious.
#6 My Evil (May Be A Pit Mix But We Are Not Sure Yet) Pup Using Her Cuteness Tactics To Distract Me From Getting My Essay Done So I Won’t Graduate From College
#7 Vicious Pit Bull Attack
#8 Both Of Mine (Rescues) Are Way Too Dangerous… And My Pug Mix Obviously Loves Danger! They Literally Attack Us (With Kisses) On A Daily Basis
#9 Theres One Over Here Too Argh
#10 Here Is A “Vicious” American Pit Bull Terrier I Work With At The Humane Society I Volunteer At