Cydney Cross Death -Well-known Dog Trainer and Out of the Pits founder Cydney Cross of Albany, New York has sadly passed away. She died on Tuesday 1st August 2023 leaving her beloved family, friends and client heartbroken. She was confirmed dead on Wednesday through a Facebook post that says “It’s with heavy heart, that we announce the passing of our fearless and famous leader, Cydney Cross”. The actual cause of Cydney Cross’ death has not been revealed at this time.
Who was Cydney Cross?
Cyd was a passionate animal lover, but her legacy will be remembered most for the incredible work she did with pit bulls, which earned her the nickname “the Grandmother of Pit Bull Rescue.” In 1994, she established the groundwork for an organization that would later become known as “Out of the Pits.” This group grew under her leadership, receiving a great deal of praise for its compassionate efforts to rescue American Pit Bull Terriers. She was not only dedicated to rescuing dogs, but also to enlightening the general public about what a magnificent breed they were dealing with.
Her knowledge and accomplishments in her area were nothing short of astounding, and the positive effect that she had on the lives of a great number of animals will be greatly recognized in her honor. She was the leader of the Out of the Pits rescue group and she led with unflinching determination, leaving an indelible impression on the organization. She was the group’s heart and soul.
What you need to know about Cydney Cross
Cydney’s impact, on the other hand, was felt far beyond the boundaries of the rescue work that she did. Her capacity for kindness and selflessness was unbounded, and getting to know her was a source of wonder. She had a significant impact on the lives of both people and dogs, leaving behind a legacy that is characterized by compassion and altruism that will carry on forever. To merely say that she had an effect on thousands of people falls well short of conveying the extraordinary nature of her persona and the profound influence she had on those who had the good fortune to know her.
Her goal was not only to save them, but also to educate people in general, particularly children, about the breed in issue. She was especially interested in the future of the species. She exerted a great deal of effort to correct the widespread misconception that bully breed dogs are fundamentally cruel, as well as to encourage the dissemination of information regarding humane treatment of animals.
Cydney Cross’ obituary will be released by the family
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