A full year of time has passed and a four-year-old pit bull mix named “Queenie,” is still waiting, and hoping to find a home of her own.
According to Queenie’s advocate, the stumbling block for being adopted appears to be Queenie’s aversion to living with other animals. However, Queenie adores people and those who know Queenie hope that her love of humans will count for something, to someone.
Queen is currently in boarding in Greenville, South Carolina. Prior to her current boarding situation, Queenie was kept at a veterinary clinic of nearly a year-and-a-half. Between her time there, and her current facility, Queenie has spent half of her life without a home or family.
The following information was recently posted about Queenie’s current situation:
Top Dog, it is a great boarding facility there is no doubt about it and everybody is so nice and yes I get out for walks and time at the pool but that is not a HOME.
I see so many dogs come and GO.. some of my roommates tell me at night what a wonderful mom and dad they have…
they snuggle with them on the sofa, going for long walks, watching TV together….. and when they go on vacation they bring them to Top Dog so they know they a in great place and well taking care of. I see when they get picked up how happy mom and dad are to see their BEST FRIEND.
I am happy for these dogs honestly ….but when will it be MY TIME?
Queenie could use a helping hand – she has spent enough time in boarding and she deserves the opportunity to enjoy being someone’s treasured companion.
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