“Princess Loo” Corgi-Mix Up For Adoption Following Porta-Potty Rescue

Photo: Photo Courtesy of the Brookline Police Department

BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — The seven-day stray hold for a Corgi-mix rescued from a taped-sealed box in a Brookline portable toilet has run its course, and the female dog has been put up for adoption at the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals - Angell Animal Medical Center in Jamaica Plain.

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The MSPCA-Angell said upon her arrival at the center that a mandatory week-long stray hold had to be observed before she could be put up for adoption. With the stray hold over, the MSPCA said they are looking for candidates to place the dog in a new home.

"Princess Loo," as the MSPCA-Angell named her, arrived at the center nervous around new people. According to a Tweet thread from the MSPCA-Angell, their adoption center team said they prefer to place Loo in a quiet home without children, ideally with another mellow dog to keep her company.

The MSPCA-Angell said they have received hundreds of inquiries about Loo's adoption following the news of her recovery. The center said that adoption applications were to remain open until 5 p.m. on Friday, and that interested candidates can apply here.

The adoption team at the MSPCA-Angell said that due to the heavy volume of inquiries about Loo, their team may not be able to respond to everyone individually, but are determined to place her in the best home possible.

Loo was recovered from a construction site in Brookline last week by the Brookline Police Department, with the police putting out a post searching for the dog's owner following her arrival at the MSPCA-Angell.

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