A pit bull kissing booth was featured at a pet adoption event for the No Kill Los Angeles rescue group. The kissing booth featured Claudia the pit bull, also known as the “kissing bandit.”
Claudia is available for adoption through Angel City pit bulls. She is housebroken, friendly, and looking for a permanent home. The pit bull kissing booth was the highlight of the event, as Claudia loves getting and giving kisses.
As reported by the Huffington Post, Caitlyn Larimore was volunteering at the event, when she decided to stop by Claudia’s booth and get a kiss from the friendly dog. Claudia explains that she stopped at the booth because she “loved the idea of the kissing booth because it was such an approachable and friendly visual to place on what is often a controversial breed.”
Claudia’s foster mom describes her as “61 pounds but all muscle … and her favorite thing is to run.”
As described by Angel City Pit Bulls, the term pit bull has been used to describe a variety of breeds, including the American Bully, American Staffordshire Terrier, Staffordshire Bull Terrier, and the American Pit Bull Terrier. Pit bulls are mainly identified by appearance as genetic testing is unreliable.
Pit bulls have gained a reputation for being mean, aggressive, and unpredictable. As with any dog, this is likely due to they way they are raised and handled. Pit bulls are generally friendly and loving, with a lot of energy.
The No Kill Los Angeles pet adoption event was a success. By the second day they had found new homes for over 120 dogs, 59 cats, one rabbit, and one snake. The NKLA is a group of several rescue organizations working together to find permanent homes for pets.
Most of the pets that are placed for adoption would otherwise be euthanized. Many cities, including Los Angeles, are plagued with abused and abandoned pets.
The pit bull kissing booth was definitely a unique and wonderful opportunity to meet a friendly pit bull, who is determined to steal some kisses.
To adopt Claudia the kissing bandit contact: email@example.com or 323-842-8446