In honor of Valentine’s Day, we present the featured "Pits" of the Week," Romeo" and "Cyrano." They are a couple of wonderful young, male pit bulls. Pit bulls have been given a bad reputation over the years, mostly due to misinformation about the breed. Many of the guests at the Osceola County Animal Services Shelter are Pit Bulls who need new forever homes.Come check them out! These two sweethearts will melt your chocolate hearts and show you what love is!
"Cyrano" can't speak for himself, but if he could, he would tell you how much he would love to go home with you. He is a male, two-year old brindle Pit Bull. He is adorably sweet to everyone he meets and would make a great family dog. He is a stray, so there is not much information about him, but he does get along well with everyone, and he likes other dogs. His feelings about cats are unknown at this time. Cyrano is available for adoption at the Shelter, come in and visit him. Ask for the dog with ID #A157705.
Wherefore art thou, Romeo? Here's at the Osceola County Animal Shelter! "Romeo" is a friendly, active, ten-month old, merle and white Pit Bull puppy who would love to be your Valentine. He gets along very well with men, women, children and he loves to play with other dogs. He would be the perfect family pet. Won't you come and find "Romeo?" He needs a forever home as soon as possible. If you are interested in loving Romeo and taking him home, come the Shelter and ask for the dog with ID #A158549.
"Cyrano," "Romeo," and many other pit bulls are at the Osceola County Animal Shelter and need forever homes. If you are interested in adopting any of the animals currently available at the Shelter, please come in and visit as soon as you can. Please, please keep in mind, however, that the animals' stay at the Shelter is EXTREMELY limited, and they may or may not be available when you arrive. The Shelter is located at 3910 Old Canoe Creek Road in St. Cloud, or to find out what animals are available, check the adoptable pets on the Osceola County Animal Services website at osceola.org/go/pets.