This is a happy ending for Faye, who'd had a pretty rough life before coming into foster care. She was found last summer, dumped off on the side of the road after just having a litter of puppies. Many pit bulls end up in shelters through no fault of their own, and unfortunately because of breed stereotypes, their chances of adoption can be pretty grim.
Luckily for her, she was taken in by Second Chance Animal Shelter in East Brookfield, Mass, and right away demonstrated that she was very smart and eager to learn. In less than 24 hours, she learned to ring a bell when she needed to go out.
She's been staying in a wonderful foster home for a little over a year now and has been adjusting well to family life. She has a great life now; she loves to swim in the summer and go for rides on the boat. After 14 months with this sweet girl, her foster family decided they just couldn't give her up, so they are keeping her. The search is over for Faye's forever home. She couldn't be happier, and her adoptive parents are delighted to have her join them as a permanent member of their family.