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Senior Dog Adopted From Southampton Animal Shelter After His Story Goes Viral

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Three 11-month-old pit bulls

Three 11-month-old pit bulls

 known as 'Blizzard Babies

known as 'Blizzard Babies

' arrived at the Southampton Animal Shelter on Monday. COURTESY KATE MCENTEE

' arrived at the Southampton Animal Shelter on Monday. COURTESY KATE MCENTEE

Three 11-month-old pit bulls

Three 11-month-old pit bulls

 known as 'Blizzard Babies

known as 'Blizzard Babies

' arrived at the Southampton Animal Shelter on Monday. COURTESY KATE MCENTEE

' arrived at the Southampton Animal Shelter on Monday. COURTESY KATE MCENTEE

King

King

 an 11-month-old pit bull that will soon be up for adoption at the Southampton Animal Shelter in Hampton Bays. COURTESY KATE MCENTEE

an 11-month-old pit bull that will soon be up for adoption at the Southampton Animal Shelter in Hampton Bays. COURTESY KATE MCENTEE

Deebo

Deebo

 a three-legged dog up for adoption at the Southampton Animal Shelter

a three-legged dog up for adoption at the Southampton Animal Shelter

authorAlyssa Melillo on Feb 3, 2016
In September, Lok Lok, a disabled senior dog, was surrendered to a high-kill shelter in New York City, simply because his owners didn’t have the time to care for him.Because... more

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