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Tiny Puppy Breaks Into Humane Society
By Caroline Golon
On December 3, shelter workers were shocked to find the Humane Society of North Texas in Fort Worth had been broken into. But shock turned into laughter when they found out who did it– an 8-week-old puppy.
The Humane Society’s security cameras caught some of the incident on video. During the night of December 2, the small lab mix was apparently abandoned by his owner and left tied up outside of the building. The puppy chewed himself free of his leash and broke into the shelter.
He then apparently wandered around looking for a friendly spot to take a snooze. Shelter workers discovered the five-pound puppy they named Rudy curled up next to an 85-pound Great Pyrenees named Duke. Rudy had somehow squeezed his way into the kennel and found his new snuggle buddy.
Despite his criminal tendencies, Rudy was soon adopted by a loving family. His new pal Duke also found a happy home.
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