Lil' Bit is a lotta sweet dog - Tucson News Now

Lil' Bit is a lotta sweet dog

I'm Lil' Bit.

You might have seen me on KOLD News 13 Live at Noon on January 10th.

I am Tuesday's Tail because I need a home.

My owner brought me to the Pima Animal Care Center in November.

I guess he couldn't take care of me anymore.

I am about 11 month old, so I don't have much more growing to do, except my heart.

I need a family to love, and to love me.

Please come down to the shelter at 4000 North Silverbell.   You can pay whatever you can afford to adopt me, plus the $15 licensing fee.

I'll be waiting for you.

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