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Ten Adorable Pit Bulls Who Could Soon Find a Home in Miami

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Yesterday, Riptide reported that Miami's ban on pit bulls could finally come to an end. This was great news to us at Cultist, because if there's one thing we love more than adorable puppies, it's adorable puppies on the Internet.

So in the spirit of freeing the pit bulls, here are 10 sweet, lovable examples of pups who could be coming to a dog park near you.

Look how happy this guy is! Did someone tell him he might get to come to Miami?

Smart move, dog -- with how sunny it is down here, you're gonna need to bring a hat.

​Bring this guy to the hearings, and it's a done deal -- how can you say no to that face?

This pup is literally salivating at the prospect of the South Beach lifestyle.

Please let me come to Miami? Pleeeeease?

​This guy can hardly believe his good luck.


This dog is clearly freezing to death, guys. He needs our help.

​Overturn the ban, y'all. It's the American way.

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