Lady, a pit bull mix, was set on fire in Detroit during the Halloween weekend. It appears as though someone doused her face in gasoline, then lit the fire. (Read the original post, Badly burned pit bull deserves a safe, loving home, as well as photos of her progress in Update on Lady, the badly burned pit bull)
There's also this video, previously posted by the Michigan Humane Society about Lady:
Now, the great news is that Lady found a seemingly beyond perfect home just days before the holiday.
|Lady, right, with her new family|
Gretchen Kohsmann, a Lansing fire investigator, and her daughter Kassandra, adopted Lady into their two-dog home.
The most perfect part of it all is that Gretchen is the director of the Great Lakes Burn Camp in Texas Township, a refuge for child burn survivors.
Lady will take part in the camp, meeting and playing with humans who have suffered burn wounds.
"I hope that Lady's story of recovery will inspire these kids, just as she's inspired us here at MHS," said Michele Baxter, who is leading the investigation to discover who is responsible for Lady's abuse.
$10,000 reward still offered for information on who set Lady on fire
Unfortunately, the people who set Lady on fire have not yet been caught. Donations from concerned citizens as well as the Humane Society for the United States have increased the reward being offered in her case to $10,000.
Anyone with information can call the MHS' Cruelty Investigation hotline at 313-872-3401.