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Soon, there could be a happy ending for a four legged friend.  Ever since we brought you the story about Nala, the shelter dog who helped rescue a lost spaniel last December,  interest in her has not died down.  Now, Humane Society of Redmond spokesman Monica Rendon says there could be some good news very soon. A local lady is close to adoption: "She has just been thinking about Nala nonstop. And she came out and brought her dog. Nala and him got along great. Then sheasked if Alan could take Nala over to her property. She lives in Powell Butte, and she has 80 fenced acres." Alan is Nalas' favorite walker. After the doggie makeover and photo shoot she had last week, Rendon says they have been contacted by interested people from all over the nation. Once Nala visits her new prospective home, a decision will be made about her adoption.

 

 

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