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Homeless pit bull who made his own bed in shelter gets forever home in Ohio

KETTERING, Ohio - A homeless pit bull who made his claim to fame by showing the world that he could fold his own blanket now has a forever home. 

The YouTube video showing Rush make his bed was posted from an Ohio adoption center on Oct. 1.

A loving family came and picked him up 8 days later.

And those new owners were brought to him by destiny, according to an updated video posted by the adoption center, called SICSA Pet Adoption Center out of Kettering, Ohio.

Rush's new parents lost their dogs earlier this year and they weren't sure if they were ready to adopt a new one. 

But when Angela Wallace saw the video of him making his bed online, she just couldn't resist. And her husband certainly wasn't going to be the one to stop her. 

It was a Cincinnati Bengals billboard that sealed the deal for them, though.

On the way to meet Rush, the couple saw a sign that read "Rush to be there."  That's all the proof they needed.

On Facebook, Wallace thanked the center for bringing Rush into her family.

"On behalf of Rush, we cannot thank SISCA enough—not only what they have done for our family but for all the animal/human lives they touch!" she wrote. "Fingers crossed that Rush doesn't dump us on his way to the top!"

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