Shandy (left) and Pippa are among pit bulls and pit bull mixes at Kansas City’s animal shelter at 4400 Raytown Road. The breed makes up about half of the shelter population on any given day, says Brent Toellner of KC Pet Project, which runs the shelter.
Shandy (left) and Pippa are among pit bulls and pit bull mixes at Kansas City’s animal shelter at 4400 Raytown Road. The breed makes up about half of the shelter population on any given day, says Brent Toellner of KC Pet Project, which runs the shelter. Brian Davidson Special to The Star
Shandy (left) and Pippa are among pit bulls and pit bull mixes at Kansas City’s animal shelter at 4400 Raytown Road. The breed makes up about half of the shelter population on any given day, says Brent Toellner of KC Pet Project, which runs the shelter. Brian Davidson Special to The Star

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