Whereas most canine lovers would agree that there’s no such factor as an excessive amount of pet love, one Atlanta-area rescue canine is making headlines as she was returned to the shelter for being “too good.”
On March 5, the LifeLine Animal Mission shared photographs of Helena the canine and her story to Fb in a publish that has since gone viral, with over 2,000 shares.
“Introducing….the sweetest, nicest, snuggliest canine within the ATL. Helena was not too long ago returned to our Fulton County Animal Providers location after her new homeowners stated she was too good and simply needed to be round them on a regular basis,” the adoption group wrote.
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“This Velcro canine sounds nearly good to us. And we all know there’s a household on the market ready to spend their nights binge-watching Netflix and snuggling with this candy velvet hippo.”
Sparking a heated debate amongst Fb customers, lots of them chiding Helena’s preliminary homeowners as undeserving of a pet, LifeLine Animal Mission confirmed to a commenter that there was a misunderstanding when Helena was initially adopted. Her homeowners had been out there for an aggressive guard canine and misinterpret the obvious Boxer and blended breed’s persona.
“The homeowners had been in search of a extra unbiased canine; and Helena simply isn’t that. There are additionally widespread misconceptions that canines that seem like Helena are protectors or guardians of the house and he or she isn’t that both,” the group wrote. “She’s pure love and in search of a bestie.”
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“Sure, she actually was returned for being too good. It was apparent the gentleman was in search of a guard/safety canine,” LifeLine Animal Mission spokesperson Karen Hirsch instructed As we speak.
Helena is such an easygoing canine.
Hirsch additional shared that Helena is round four years outdated and arrived on the shelter in summer season 2017, after being picked up as a “malnourished” stray in poor form. First adopted in October by the one who returned her to the shelter on March 5, Helena is so easygoing that in her return course of on the shelter “she simply sat on a workers member’s ft thunking her tail on the ground,” Hirsch stated.
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“She needs to be the middle of your world on a regular basis. Ideally, we would like her to go to a house the place she will be smothered in love,” Hirsch instructed As we speak. “And the place somebody will be the tender aspect to her Velcro.”
As of Wednesday afternoon, Helena continues to be obtainable for adoption by means of Fulton Animal Providers, in keeping with her on-line itemizing.