Sage was recently adopted by a close friend of the HIT Living Foundation and lives with her new poppa in Los Angeles.
Sage was pulled by the HIT Living Foundation from East Valley shelter right before the 4th of July as she was at risk of being euthanized because she seems to be half pit bull breed if the shelters reached capacity. Sage is 9 months old, spayed and up to date on shots. She is a complete love bug and gets along very well with all of her other foster fur siblings. She has good energy and is highly intelligent and a fast learner. Her foster mom says she follows her around the house and yard everywhere and when they sleep she sleeps curled up right next to her or on her. Sage has beautiful green eyes and white paws and a white mark on her front and back neck. She is almost house broken and is currently being crate trained. She has not been tested with cats or children but with her sweet demeanor and nature we believe she would do very well with either. This sweet girl is so young and has so much life and love to offer!
KESA (now Tifa) - This potcake (a mixed breed, orphaned dog found on several Caribbean islands) was rescued by an amazing family on the island of Abaco in the Bahamas. Our friends in the Bahama's had a boxer named Kes who unfortunately passed away on December 5th, 2017. On the morning of December 6th, 2017, this little beauty babe showed up on their front lawn with terrible mange, heartworm and downtrodden spirits. It seemed as though she had been fending for herself in the Bahamian wilderness for the longevity of her life which was guesstimated at about 1.5 years. Our friends knew she was an angel sent from Kes and they named her Kesa. They helped nurse her back to health and once healthy, some other close friends of ours took over fostering Kesa and helped her develop positive social behaviors with humans and other dogs. Over our vacation and upon meeting Kesa, we knew we had to help her find her furever family. In dedicated team work, we were able to fly Kesa from Abaco to Los Angeles on April 15th where she has since found her absolutely amazing, furever family! Through the love and integrity of our amazing Bahamian friends and Kesa, the Habitat team has been inspired to help more dogs, helping bring forth this segment of The HIT Living Foundation.
A NOTE FROM TIFA’S FUREVER HOME