‘Baby’ finds home after being only pet left at Arizona holiday adoption event

A 4-year-old pit bull was adopted by a family after being the only animal left after a weekend adoption drive.

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A 4-year-old pit bull was adopted by a family after being the only animal left after a weekend adoption drive.

This “Baby” won’t be alone for Christmas.

The Arizona Humane Society held its Furever Home for the Holidays weekend adoption event, and 347 pets found families. Only Baby, a 4-year-old pit bull, was left without a new home, KNXV reported.

That changed Monday when the pooch found its forever family, the television station reported, The Humane Society shared a heartwarming photo of the smiling dog with her new family.

Baby originally was brought to the Humane Society as a stray in November 2018, KSAZ reported. She was quickly adopted, but that family returned her when it had to move and could not bring the dog with them, the television station reported.

“This sweet girl has a lot of love to give and is the best 93-pound lap dog there is around,” the Humane Society said in a release. “Baby has lived with children before, is an active pup who loves to go on walks, knows her basic commands and has an adorable smile that is sure to brighten up any room! She has also lived with other dogs and cats before but will need to meet all pups in the home to make sure it’s the perfect fit.”

Judging from the photo and the smiling pup, it looks like Baby has found her perfect fit.

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