Pit Bull Rescued From Dogfighting Finds Love And Comfort In A Giant Bunny

Mindy Hayes must be cautious bringing a rabbit into her Erie, Pennsylvania, home with her canines, so she presented them gradually. However, it rapidly ended up obvious that it wouldn’t be an issue for her two-year-old protect pit bull named Grace.

It was a moment bond and association for Grace and Sophie the rabbit. Anyplace one would go, the other wouldn’t be a long ways behind. They were indistinguishable. The puppy even begun prepping the bunny and cuddling on the sofa with her each day!Although Sophie is truly huge, she’s solitary 11 months old and still makes them develop left to do.

Grown-up Flemish monster rabbits can weigh as much as 15 to 20 pounds! When she extends and lies close to Grace, they don’t look such changed in size.

This unique friendship is pretty natural in their household at this point, but people on the outside are always shocked to find out the two are such good friends. Especially since Grace is a pit bull who came from a background of dogfighting.“Grace had a very rough start to life,” Mindy told The Dodo.

“Before she was rescued she had been used for fighting and then was tied up to a tree, left to fend for herself. Knowing where she came from and to see her be so loving to everyone, especially to a rabbit, is really spreading awareness to who these dogs really are.

They are not bad dogs. She wants to be friends with everyone she meets.”Mindy and her husband feel very fortunate having this special relationship in their lives. It’s something that brings smiles to their faces every day and reminds them that love is not bound by species.

 

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