Eternal Adversary

Gator: The biography of a killer dog who found love.

A project in Los Angeles, CA by thomas cummings

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The remarkable true-life story of a badly behaved Pit Bull destined for euthanasia, and an owner committed to keeping him alive.
Backers: 8
Average Pledge Per Backer: $30

Funded: $236 of $7,500
Dates: Jan 8th -> Feb 17th (40 days)
Project By: thomas cummings
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January 14th - via:
A big "Thank You" to my first supporters. If funding is successful, this project will be relatively easy to write, it's just a matter of choosing which stories to tell, and there are many to pick from. Just this morning I remembered a particularly... (Read More)

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