Ruff Life: Help Annie Get to ‘Easy Street’

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DALLAS -- Little orphan Annie was one of the first dogs rescued by Dallas Pets Alive! in 2013, but she’s had a tough time finding the right home.

“She likes to be the only dog in the home, and we knew that was going to be a problem mostly adopters have other dogs in the home,” said  Leslie Sans, executive director at Dallas Pets Alive!

But eventually, a family did adopt Annie.

“It was a family with some small children,” said Sans. “We thought everything was going to be wonderful with Annie.”

But it wasn’t.

“We recently got Annie back through no fault of her own. The family came under some financial hardship,” Sans explained.

It's a shame because Annie has so much going for her. She's good with kids and even loves cats.

Now Annie is looking for her Daddy Warbucks so she can live on "Easy Street."

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