Abandoned Puppy Finds a Job AND a New Family at a Baseball Stadium

A puppy abandoned at a baseball stadium might sound like the beginning of an Air Bud movie, but it actually happened to poor little Daisy — and now she's destined to stay there for life. When she was found wandering the parking lot of Grayson Stadium in Savannah, GA, the president of amateur baseball team the Savannah Bananas decided to adopt her.

Daisy didn't just find a new family, though . . . she's also got a new job! According to a press release from the Savannah Bananas, 7-week-old Daisy is being trained as the team "bat dog." Not only does she greet visitors and keep morale high at the stadium office, but she's also got room for upward mobility. "We aren't sure how big she'll get, so it's hard to say if she'll be able to pick up a bat or just coach first base," said her new owner, Jared Orton, "but as she grows, she'll be a fixture at the ballpark."

We've got high hopes for Daisy as the first canine baseball coach in the pro leagues, but in the meantime, she'll be enjoying her cushy new life at the stadium. Sounds like a home run to us!