A dog with a sad past is looking forward to a brighter future – the dog, named “Baby,” lived in an abusive home before she was found nearly two years ago in a cornfield with her litter of puppies. Baby and her puppies were taken to Indiana’s Madison County Humane Society after being discovered and after a short while, the pups found new homes.
Things turned around for Baby after her story was featured on RTV 6 News – a couple who learned about the troubled dog decided that they could offer her the loving home that she deserved. On January 14, Sheila and Michael Massie took the long-time shelter resident home. The Madison County Humane Society let its Facebook followers know that Baby was on her way to an actual home:
Today’s the day Baby’s been waiting for! Her new mom and dad drove from Bloomington to come pick her up and take her to her forever home! Baby had been with us for almost 2 years after being found in a cornfield, giving birth to her puppied. We found out a year later that she was abused in her previous home. But pity her no more! She’s hit the jackpot with this family! She will be one spoiled rotten pupper.
According to RTV 6 News, Baby will be enjoying her new home with “kitty brothers and sisters,” and her own screened in porch when the weather is conducive for indoor sunbathing.
Enjoy your loving home Baby!
(Photos via Madison County Humane Society Facebook page)