Zimba, a pit bull mix, was found in Ridgerly, Maryland and is now on his way back home to Wichita, Kansas.
Zimba, a pit bull mix, was found in Ridgerly, Maryland and is now on his way back home to Wichita, Kansas. Caroline County Humane Society Screen capture
Zimba, a pit bull mix, was found in Ridgerly, Maryland and is now on his way back home to Wichita, Kansas. Caroline County Humane Society Screen capture

This Kansas dog was abandoned in Maryland. Now he’s on his way home to Wichita

December 05, 2017 11:14 AM

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