MCACC's longest west Valley resident may just be the perfect pup for you

Maricopa County Animal Care and Control says its shelters are at capacity and is offering pet adoptions for the cost of a licensing fee, $17. The price is available in the A, B and C sections of the West shelter facility until Sunday.

Her name is Honey Pie and she's been waiting a long time to find her forever home.

She is (currently) Maricopa County Animal Care and Controls longest west Valley resident having spent four long months at the shelter.

But despite the lengthy shelter stay, it looks like her smile would brighten up any home. 

The shelter shared her story on Facebook Wednesday calling out to any Valley fellas in need of a "ride or die chick."

"We know you men hate it when your girl takes forever to get ready. The hair, the makeup, the clothes...what is taking so long?!" MCACC wrote. "Not Honey Pie- she's ready to GO at a moment's notice! Because she woke up like this."

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She'll even let you have a guys' night out, no problem, because she's an independent girl, the shelter said.

"And if you want to bring the guys over for the day, Honey Pie makes the perfect hostess!" MCACC wrote.

MCACC said she'll probably even love your four-legged best friend too, if you already have one.

You can visit Honey Pie at MCACC's west shelter at 2500 S. 27th Avenue in Phoenix.

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