Never lose hope…even hard-to-adopt dogs can find a home. On March 1, Ohio’s Marion Area Humane Society was thrilled to announce the adoption of Flo, a dog who spent over half of her life in a shelter.
According to the shelter, Flo was originally picked up as a stray in February 2020. She spent 219 days at the Marion County Dog Pound before she was adopted. A short time later, Flo was surrendered to an out-of-county humane society and then transferred back to the Marion Area Humane Society.
Once again, months went by with no home for Flo, but everything changed for the better when someone came to the shelter and picked HER! The shelter writes:
After 467 days in a kennel, our long-term resident Flo found her forever home today!
If you have recently walked through the adoption floor at MAHS you probably saw her big smile. She’s a favorite among the staff and volunteers because of her contagious energy. She has spent more than half of her life in the shelter! She never gave up and we are so thrilled she found her person today. We had to share the good news!
Find the shelter’s Facebook page here.