Pitbull-advocate

Some of you may or may not know that this is my dog Karma.
When I got really ill and had to go back to Chicago to see doctors, my uncle her for me. Fortunately I got better, unfortunately I couldn’t bring her back here to Texas with me.
We’ve sorta had this long distance relationship for the past few months, and now she’s here visiting me here along with my uncle and mom.
Texas as a whole is a pretty conservative place. The place I specifically live in rn is really closed minded for the most part.


I don’t leave Karma at home, I’ve taken her with me everywhere basically.
Yesterday I went to the park. Most people were really hesitant and distant while murmuring their rude remarks, but few acknowledged her and actually were very kind.
There were these two little twin boys about 5 at most, following me for a little bit. One kept screaming saying my dog was scary so the other one came running up to my dog and started petting and hugging her then he told his brother “No she’s not scary.” His brother instantly came and joined him.
This morning when I took her out to do her necessities I came across an old man he was just sitting outside his garage.
He told me that my dog looked mean. I told him she was a sweetheart and I went to him and showed him how well behaved she was. Shortly after getting to know her he apologized to both of us, he said he really liked my dog, and that he won’t ever judge pitbulls as a whole ever again.

Although I only changed the hearts and opened the eyes of a few people, it felt like a big accomplishment.

What my 50 pound rescued pitbull does: 

1. follow me everywhere, regardless of where I’m going or what I’m doing
2. lets my cat chew on/bite her while just laying there wagging her tail
3. sleeps on my lap/curls up next to me with her head on my stomach/chest
4. yawns so hard she trembles/hiccups so hard she trembles/wags her tail so hard she trembles
5. prances around over literally anything
6. cant make her squeaker toys actually squeak because she won’t bite them hard enough
7. cry when you leave her stuck in another room too long without you
8. get super excited to play with any dog that she sees
9. loves dog treats/fruit/riding in the car no matter where we’re going
10. happily wears any costume/clothes you put her in

What my 50 pound rescued pitbull does not do:

1. be overly aggressive
2. growl at everything
3. bite everything
4. start fights with other animals/dogs
5. anything different than any other family dog