CINCINNATI -- A 9-year-old girl, her mom and her two dogs finally found the home of their dreams -- it's a studio apartment in Pleasant Ridge.
"Just when we hit rock bottom, God finally sent us a guardian angel," said Jennie Nieves, the mother of 9-year-old Daphne.
Nieves said she packed up what she could fit in a U-Haul.
"We got rid of everything we owned," she said. "When I get up here and he sees my dog, because she's big, he told me he couldn't rent the apartment. And because of him we're stuck being homeless with two dogs and a hotel."
Sabrina was over the apartment's 50-pound weight limit, the landlord told Nieves.
Getting rid of Daphne's dogs – even just Sabrina - isn't an option because Daphne panics and she loves her dogs.
"Right now she doesn't go to school so she doesn't have friends … Those (dogs) are her only friends right now so getting rid of her dogs would be like getting rid of her friends," Nieves said.
"I'm kind of afraid that if they do it it might not work but I’m not trying to think about that too much because I’m trying to stay as positive as I can," her mom said.