starts at the Bad Newz Kennels. I was chained up and
isolated living in fear and loneliness. My future was
dim until the FBI raid that freed me from one prison
however it sent me to another. I lived in a crowded
shelter with cages stacked on top of each other. This
prison lasted until the end of the trial. Fortunately
for me and my fellow rescues the ASPCA, Best Friends
Animal Society, and BAD RAP fought to keep us alive. I
travelled with 12 of my fellow dogs to California with
BAD RAP to start my rehabilitation program in hopes of
finding my forever home one day. I did so well in the
beginning that I was sent to a foster home to further my
rehabilitation. My foster family fell in love with me
and adopted me. After a long and scary journey I had
finally found my forever home. I am Audie and I am a
Michael Vick dog.
|SUBJECTS: Dog rescue -- Anecdotes.
Animal welfare -- Anecdotes.
Pit bull terriers -- Infancy -- Anecdotes.
Vick, Michael, 1980-