Daffodil is as sweet as a flower—until you stop giving her belly rubs and back scratches. Then she becomes a little more of a demanding diva! She would make a great additional to any family home (submitted photo).

Sweet Daffodil is the most unique flower who has grown from a pretty sad situation. The adorable 8-year-old Chow Chow mix was brought to the Arizona Humane Society after her previous family abandoned her in a local pet store.

Although her story is heartbreaking, Daffodil still always has a smile on her face and greets everyone she sees with a tail wag. An adorable little quirk of hers shines through when you stop petting her and she feels like more pets need to come her way, she will look at you and give you a little baby yelp until you continue to rub her fluffy booty.

Unfortunately, Daffodil’s story is not a unique one but is extremely avoidable. The Arizona Humane Society encourages anyone who needs help with their pets to reach out to its Pet Resource Center, which works hard to provide resources to pet owners in need in an effort to keep animals in their homes.

Meet the loving Daffodil at the Arizona Humane Society’s Sunnyslope Campus at 9226 N. 13th Ave. Her adoption fee includes current vaccinations, a microchip and a free follow-up wellness exam with a VCA Animal Hospital. For more information, call 602-997-7585 and ask for animal number 606630, or visit www.azhumane.org/adopt to see all animals available for adoption right now.



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