Prada, Death Penalty Dog, Gets Life Sentence InsteadPublished April 27, 2012
Prada: The Today Show
Prada, a Pit Bull mix, was ordered to be put down over a year ago, after attacking several other dogs.
Since that time, she has been held in Nashville’s Animal Control facility, which has also been called doggy death row.
Luckily for Prada, Villalobos Rescue Center in New Orleans has come to her rescue, according to the Today Show.
In a unique and very uplifting twist, the shelter, which has been on the Animal Planet show "Pitt Bulls and Parolees," agreed to take care of her for the rest of her life. So, after a long court battle headed up by Prada's former owner, Nicole, Andree, the judge lifted Prada’s death sentence.
Andree plans to visit her there.
This creative solution, and the generosity of Villalobos Rescue Center, is bringing a new meaning to the term “life sentence.” Do you think this is a fair solution for Prada and Ms. Andree?