This morning as I was catching up on the local news I ran across an (click on highlighted words) online editorial for Rocky Mountain News. The title of the article was "Denver Should Target Dangerous Animals, Not An Entire Breed."
The article goes on to tell the story of Chris and Forrest. It briefly mentions the plight of many unfortunate pit bulls that were euthanized by the city in the last few years (I personally don't think the article emphasized the severity enough).
The comments (at least so far) have been for repealing the ban. It seems that the case of Forrest may have sparked public interest and perhaps may be changing a few minds in the process.
Of course Rocky Mountain News as well as other local media have been guilty themselves of fueling the negative image of the pit bull, which is in part why bans sprung up. It is a slow process no doubt, in changing minds, but this may be one small step for creating a better environment for Pit Bulls.
Thank you Forrest and Chris for being that spark.