Update with photos: Stray pit bull rescued outside WNWO studios gets new home

Lula Belle interacts with her owner's grandson.

On Tuesday, Lula Belle arrived at her new home with Tim Curry after being found wandering outside WNWO's South Toledo studios on October 15th.

It's unclear just how many days the female pit bull mix was left outside, found without a collar, before WNWO anchor Angi Gonzalez used her chicken dinner to gain Lula Belle's trust.

After allowing Angi Gonzalez to pick her up, Lula Belle was turned over to the Lucas County Dog Warden to determine if she had a microchip or if an owner would come to claim her.

3 days would go by, with no owner coming forward, before Lula Belle was awarded to the Lucas County Dog Warden.

Prior to being put up for adoption Lula Belle went through a series of tests including an aggression and health exam, passing with flying colors.

Just days later, Tim Curry first expressed interest in adopting Lula Belle and introduced her to his dogs during a visit at the Lucas County Dog Warden.

With the meeting going well Curry filed the necessary paperwork and Lula Belle was scheduled to spade before going to her new home.

Lula Belle underwent surgery and was cleared for pick-up on November 6th.