It’s no secret that Pit Bulls get a bad rap, and sadly, shelters all over the world are filled with Pit Bulls who are waiting to get adopted and never do.

“Everybody assumes these dogs are like these baby-killing monsters. Pit bulls have a problem, a big problem, in every major city. Every pound is full of them and there are not enough rescues to take them,” Jason Flatt told WSB-TV.

So Flatt, who resides in Paulding County, Georgia, is taking steps of his own to get as many of these Pit Bulls out of shelters and pounds as possible.