A judge has decreed that Kno the pit bull will live and will live out his days at a New York animal refuge.
But when will Kno head up north? As of last Friday, he was still in solitary confinement at the Effingham County animal shelter.
Melissa Frye’s compelling testimony, in which she also managed to keep her composure through the retelling of difficult moments, highlighted a late July hearing on Kno’s fate. Judge William Woodrum decided last week that the dog should live but never be allowed near kids and never be adopted out.
The judge’s decision wasn’t that unexpected, I was told, given the number of continuances given, the length of the hearing and how long it took for the judge to render his verdict.
How young Wesley Frye’s monumental medical bills and his future medical expenses will be covered is another question.