How does sponsorship work?

FTTF literally couldn’t do what we do without our wonderful foster homes. However, we hear from many people who cannot physically foster a dog but would like to help. We understand fostering is not possible for everyone, so our sponsorship program (formerly known as virtual fostering) is a great option for you to help a FTTF Adopt-a-Bull without the day-to-day commitment of fostering.

Through our sponsorship program you cover the cost of basic care for $70 per month, through a recurring donation automatically deducted each month for as long as you wish to sponsor your chosen dog. The length of your sponsorship is up to you and your contribution is tax-deductible! If your chosen dog is adopted, you may choose to transfer your sponsorship to another dog or cancel.

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Chiron was surrendered by his owner, who was homeless and couldn’t care for him. He was a rockstar at AC and luckily found himself a spot in one of our foster homes, where he is an all-around great dog!
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Phoenix is sponsored by Anne Reed.

Phoenix is just a young pup who was saved from a house fire and is blind and hearing impaired, but that isn’t stopping this guy! He can be a bit clumsy but is as happy and playful as can be, and loves to be held!


Moxie’s owner was no longer able to take care of her, but thankfully we had room at the Palace for this special girl. She is deaf, but very smart and knows visual commands. She has the biggest, happiest smile!
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Cammy is sponsored by Wendy Thrower.

Cammy was the definition of Forlorn when discovered by AC officers – abandoned, emaciated, with an open embedded collar wound. Today she is living the good life in her foster home while she heals.



Blondie was adopted 7 years ago, but her Dad relocated out of the country and couldn’t bring her. Her original foster Mom took her back & she is one of the most well mannered dogs around.
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Decker is sponsored by Brooke Sines.

Decker arrived at animal control as a stray with some very obvious stability issues. Exams determined he has cerebellar ataxia. His prognosis may be TBD, but for now he is enjoying his life at the Pitbull Palace.



Micah came from Henry County Animal Control, which doesn’t adopt out pitbulls, very emaciated and not in good shape. Now he is getting TLC and medical care in his foster home and getting healthier every day.
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Brady is sponsored by Ellie Nishimoto.

Brady was loved by his owner, but they both ended up on the streets and was turned into the shelter when his owner could no longer care for him. This lovable guy is in a great foster home, dreaming of a forever family.


Squiggy is sponsored by Crystal Cash.

After being held in a cruelty case, Squiggy was finally released to FTTF. He’s a small, pocket pit packed with a big personality! Squiggy is always happy, affectionate and giving kisses out freely.



Rubble is sponsored by Bill Stanley.

Rubble was picked up as a stray and ended up in a shelter that doesn’t adopt out pitbulls. Luckily, FTTF came to his rescue and is playing at the Pitbull Palace while he waits to find his forever family.


Just a tiny with pneumonia in 2013, Deebo was the only one from his litter to survive. He is a very energetic guy and is is now cared for at the pitbull palace where he gets lots of love and playtime.
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Titus and his siblings were part of a cruelty case when they were rescued by FTTF at just 8 weeks old. Today, Titus has grown into a great pup who loves other dogs, people, car rides, and chasing the ball in the yard.
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Gypsy was rescued with her siblings as puppies after they were taken in a cruelty case. She is a spunky, cuddly girl who loves to play. Now all grown up, Gypsy is ready to find the forever family who is just right for her.
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Sarah is sponsored by Michael Schimmang.

Rescued from a dog fighting bust, Sarah has been through hell and back. Despite her scars and old injuries, she has thrived during her time at the Palace with FTTF. She is now a happy girl and loves everyone!



Dot is sponsored by Larry Sorrel.

Dot was very emaciated when she arrived at Henry County Animal Control, and also at risk of getting sick or euthanized. Now in her foster home, she’s happy, healthy, and available for adoption soon.


Tyson is sponsored by Kristi Shiver.

Confiscated in a cruelty case, Tyson was in poor health, the worst being diagnosed with a heart condition, Valvular Pulmonic Stenosis. He is not fully cured, but that doesn’t stop his playful antics!


June is sponsored by Jess & Marty Duke.

June came to us in terrible shape, requiring facial reconstructive surgery and having a severely broken leg. In spite of her condition, she’s nothing but sweet, enjoying being spoiled while she heals.


Jersey is sponsored by Pam & Tony Cardoso.

Jersey was seized as part of a dog fighting case and held at animal control for over 3 years until her owner finally signed her over. She is fostered at the Pitbull Palace where she is learning it is good to be loved.


Stubbs is sponsored by Holly and Joshua Williams.

Born without an elbow, Stubbs front leg is unusable. He still is able to climb stairs and zoom around. He is a goofy boy with a big smile! He does well with other dogs, but his favorite thing is human affection.


Momma is sponsored by Tracy Coward.

Momma’s owner passed away in 2011. Arrangements had been made to bring her and her brother into the rescue at that time. Her brother found a home right away, but Momma is still in foster.


Tonya is sponsored by Lisa Chaisson.

Tonya had an injury to her rear right paw and a horrible case of kennel cough when she first came to FTTF. She is now a happy, healthy girl, packed with personality and energy. She loves to run and play!


Stone is sponsored by Jacqui Howington.

Adopted from AC, Stone was passed around until he found himself back in AC again. We were able to give him some stability and, though his size can be intimidating, he is really a silly guy. Stone is a permanent FTTF foster & resident at the Pitbull Palace.


Ginger is lovingly sponsored by Brian & Tina Drummond.

After her owner’s death, Ginger became scared and irritable toward those trying to care for her. However, once Jason brought her home her demeanor changed. Now she is low-energy and easy to care for.


Buzz is sponsored by Beth Moseley.

Buzz is a laid-back, gentle giant weighing over 80 lbs. He loves affection and is happiest relaxing on his bed or rolling around in the grass! He has megaesophogus which is handled through diet.


Bobbie is sponsored by Stephanie Stanley.

Bobbie is a very sweet and loving. He was rescued from a dog fighting ring in 2009 and released to rescue after his owner plead guilty. Always smiling, Bobbie continues to look for a forever home.


Clyde is sponsored by Whole Nutrition.

Dumped in a park, Clyde was picked up by another rescue. He became a Forlorn dog when he was at risk when his adoptive parents were deployed. He is a big, happy guy that loves getting his belly rubbed.


Smudge is sponsored by Joan Gutermuth.

Smudge has been wth FTTF looking for his forever home since 2016. If you’re looking for a pup to make you laugh, he’s your guy! He is a goofy guy who loves to play around.



Nugget is sponsored by Laura Bailey.

Nugget was abandoned in a vacant subdivision with his siblings when they were puppies. His siblings have since been adopted but, Nugget is still looking for a permanent lap to curl up in.


Blind Joey is sponsored by the Shpigel Family.

Joey is a happy boy who is loving life in his foster home! He is currently undergoing heartworm treatment and will be available for adoption when he is fully recovered.


Riblett is sponsored by Jennifer Williams.

Riblett is a sweet little pocket pittie who is a little shy at first, but sweet as can be. She does best in an only-dog home but will make a great companion and best friend for a lucky family.


Boss is sponsored by Linda MacIntyre.

Boss was rescued after his owner committed murder. He was adopted but returned after he ruptured a disc, needing emergency surgery. He pulled through, with just a wobbly gait to show for it! Boss is a permanent FTTF foster & resident at the Pitbull Palace.


Kali is sponsored by Barbara King.

Kali has been with FTTF for nearly 4 years, since she was a small puppy. She is a fun-loving, energetic girl who loves playing. Kali was born to be someone’s running or hiking partner!


Gweeb is sponsored by Melissa Zafirelis.

Gweeb was the runt of a litter living outside in very cold, poor conditions. He would not have made it without the intervention of rescue. He is an awkward goofball who keeps you laughing with his antics.


Cleo is sponsored by Melissa Mastroni.

Cleo was part of a litter of pups who came into the rescue a couple years ago. She’s a beautiful girl with fur like velvet and very smart. Shy at first, Cleo is sweet as can be once she warms up to you. Cleo is a permanent FTTF foster & resident at the Pitbull Palace.


Zeth is sponsored by Audrey Shoemaker, Ellie Maki, and Morganne Struble.

Zeth was a staff favorite and office dog before he became part of the Forlorn Family. This goofy lovebug was saved just in time and loves hanging out at the Pitbull Palace while he waits for his forever family.



Jigsaw is sponsored by Greg, Greg, Ray, and Alicia of Hybrid Impact Fitness.

Jigsaw came to us from a dog fighting bust in Macon, Ga in rough shape with a rougher past, but you wouldn’t know it from all of his tail wags and smiles. From now on, all this fun guy will know is love!


Shelby is sponsored by Christie Williams.

With wiggles and enthusiasm, you’d never know Shelby arrived in bad shape after being used as a bait dog. She doesn’t meet a human stranger, but her past keeps her from doing well with other dogs.



Fabio is sponsored by the Vaughn Family.

Fabio came from a cruelty case, a black pitbull with many scars. Although most would look at him and be frightened, Fabio is a handsome boy to us. He will be ready for adoption when he is fully vetted.


Holly is sponsored by Jerry Nuss.

Found on the side of the road in bad shape, it took Holly a while to heal physically. She still shows the emotional scars when meeting strangers but once she trusts you she is a very loving girl.