I'm not sure how this is happening legally, since it seems incredibly clear that Nashville's codes don't allow for it, but Prada the pit bull is going to a shelter. Pierce Greenberg has the update.
After the conclusion of the case, attorney Jean Harrison was able to transfer the ownership of Prada to a trust with the blessing of the court. That’s when Villalobos Rescue Center, which is featured on an Animal Planet show called “Pit Bulls and Parolees,” stepped up to claim ownership, according to Harrison.
Villalobos will have to adhere to several ownership restrictions enforced by Metro. Mainly, they won't be able to put Prada up for adoption — and she'll have to live at the sanctuary for the rest of her life, Harrison said.
This is the best possible outcome for Prada, but let's be clear — they aren't going to regularly do this. The best outcome for Nashville would be if Prada's case spurred the city council into fixing that section of code so that judges have more flexibility.