In this Oct. 10, 2013, photo, a pit bull available for adoption sits in its enclosure at the Villalobos Rescue Center, run by Tia Maria Torres of Animal Planet's "Pit Bulls and Parolees," in New Orleans. Torres, who runs the nation’s largest pit bull rescue center and has long paired abused and abandoned dogs with the parolees who care for them, has moved her long-running reality TV series from southern California to New Orleans, where hurricanes and overbreeding have left many pit bulls abandoned or abused. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

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In this Oct. 10, 2013, photo, a pit bull available for adoption sits in its enclosure at the Villalobos Rescue Center, run by Tia Maria Torres of Animal Planet's "Pit Bulls and Parolees," in New Orleans. Torres, who runs the nation’s largest pit bull rescue center and has long paired abused and abandoned dogs with the parolees who care for them, has moved her long-running reality TV series from southern California to New Orleans, where hurricanes and overbreeding have left many pit bulls abandoned or abused. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
In this Oct. 10, 2013, photo, a pit bull available for adoption sits in its enclosure at the Villalobos Rescue Center, run by Tia Maria Torres of Animal Planet's "Pit Bulls and Parolees," in New Orleans. Torres, who runs the nation’s largest pit bull rescue center and has long paired abused and abandoned dogs with the parolees who care for them, has moved her long-running reality TV series from southern California to New Orleans, where hurricanes and overbreeding have left many pit bulls abandoned or abused. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
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