The future is appearing up for a Georgia dog returned to an animal shelter because she was apparently “too nice.”
The story of Helena — a pup so fond that shelter staff nicknamed her “Velcro dog” — disappeared viral this week after Lifeline Animal Project, which flows numerous refuges in the Atlanta area, announced about her on Monday.
“Helena was recently returned to our Fulton County Animal Business place after her new owners said she was too nice and just wanted to be around them all the time, ” the group wrote.
Luckily for Helena, she’s find a brand-new pedigree who increases her loving, friendly personality, WIS-TV reports.
“Nice chaps( pups) don’t always finish last-place, ” Lifeline wrote in a Facebook post boast Helena posing with her happy new family.
Lifeline spokeswoman Karen Hirsch elaborated earlier this week on the apparently perplexing rationale Helena had been returned in the first place.
“It was obvious the gentleman was looking for a picket/ shield hound, ” Lifeline spokeswoman Karen Hirsch told TODAY. “He too proposed she be adopted by a woman’ because they are more into that babying stuff.’”
Helena initially came into the sanctuary as a malnourished stray in October. The subject who initially accepted her generated her back in early March, but she only depleted two days back at the awning before being adopted again, is in accordance with Inside Edition.
Here’s to a joyous life ahead for Helena.