BELLA travelled all the way from Brisbane to Kingaroy looking for a home only to be sent back.

She has spent almost a year in RSPCA care and when she did not have any luck finding a family in Wacol, was sent to Kingaroy.

But everything changed after two-year-old Bella's story went viral on social media, inspiring Brisbane resident Steve Hartley to drive out to Kingaroy and pick up his new friend.

"I saw the post about her and she looked happy, smiling," Mr Hartley said.

"I thought - that's the dog."

Kingaroy RSPCA's Shiana Nash said the longer animals stay in care, the less likely they are to find new homes making Bella's story even more special.

"We find cuteness is a factor," she said.

"But after the post on Facebook quite a few people called.

"I was surprised because there's been almost no interest until that post, then everyone rang up."

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