Mom And Son Pit Bulls Want to Have Home, But They Can’t Find the One For Almost Two Years

They are inseparable!
After their owner was incarcerated, Baxter and Kaiah didn’t have a home anymore. When they were brought to Windham Animal Control, they soon won over every staff’s heart with their adorable, sweet ways. Located in Connecticut, the shelter’s people had no hesitation thinking that the two would be adopted within a few weeks.

As fate would have it, that didn’t happen. For the last 2 years, the pair have been residing at the shelter, with no home to call their own.
Mom And Son Pit Bulls Want to Have Home, But They Can’t Find the One For Almost Two Years
But no one has given up hope yet. Everyone in the shelter is working hard to find these two a home as sweet as them. The lovely creatures, aged 8 and 10, are adorable in their own goofy, hilarious ways. Anyone who would come across them would leave with a smile on their face. When they find their perfect forever home, the family wouldn’t have a single, lonely day.

“Baxter is goofy and likes to do the typical fly-through-the-air, grab-the-sweatshirt type of pittie play,” Joan L, a volunteer with the shelter, said. “Kaiah is very soft and gentle. They both take treats as soft as a whisper. They are really easygoing; most of the time they curl up together sleeping.”
Mom And Son Pit Bulls Want to Have Home, But They Can’t Find the One For Almost Two Years

The mother and son duo are inseparable. So, the two will have to be adopted together by the same family. They’re both very protective of each other. But just look at the pair, who wouldn’t want the two in their homes?

“Baxter is lost without her so we keep them in the same kennel even though technically we’re not supposed to,” Joan said.

Baxter and Kaiah spend their days gossiping with each other in their kennel. When they aren’t, you can see them playing outside in the fresh air. Since the two love being able to mess around with each other and run in the big garden without a leash, it would be considerably better and safer if the home they will be adopted to had a fenced garden for them.
Mom And Son Pit Bulls Want to Have Home, But They Can’t Find the One For Almost Two Years

“They are very undemanding,” Joan said. “Just a few minutes in the yard a couple of times a day to sniff around and go potty. Baxter likes to play tug-tug if he gets the opportunity. Then they go back to sleep until dinner!”

The staff is also hoping that the family that adopts them doesn’t have any other pets currently, but is experienced in taking care of dogs. Baxter and Kaiah are great with children. The fact that they can adapt to any human is a huge plus on their side. Patience and skill will be required to make sure that they adjust well to their new environment–and the staff is still looking for the right kind of animal-lovers for them.
Mom And Son Pit Bulls Want to Have Home, But They Can’t Find the One For Almost Two Years

Even though luck hasn’t been on their side lately, hopefully, the mother-son duo will soon find themselves a loving home where they will never have to fear for their safety again.

“It would make me so happy to see them safely established with their own family in their golden years,” Joan said.

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