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Watch How Sweetheart Pit Bull Tip-Toes Past The Door To Avoid A Cat

Have you ever seen a sheepish lion? This may be the next best thing. Redd, a 5-year-old, Bull Terrier Mix, comes in at a whopping 70 pounds. You'd probably think there isn't much that could scare the sweet dog. But, you'd be wrong. Check out the video below to see and watch as he goes into stealth mode to avoid a cat. 
It's pretty obvious from the video this dog is a lover. According to Pound Hound Res-Q, Redd loves getting cozy. He enjoys cuddling with his head on a lap and getting his belly rubbed. He gets along with other dogs, but as the video shows, seems to be a bit gun-shy around felines. 
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Redd is a rescue dog. That means he was taken from a negative environment and placed into the doggy foster-care system. Families host these pups until a family is found to adopt them.
Redd is still up for adoption. He has all of his vaccines and has been neutered. This sweet pooch has some separation anxiety, but is well-behaved. "Redd would make a wonderful addition to any home. He has separation anxiety so he needs a household with another dog or with a family where someone will be home the majority of the time," according to Pound Hound Res-Q. Truly a lover. 
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Res-Q is a non-profit organization with almost 100 dogs placed in foster homes across the country. These dogs are rescued from New York City Shelters. Interested families can arrange a meet-and-greet with a dog. 
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