A dog that had been set to be euthanized Thursday—a stray originally adopted in New Canaan who turned up in New York City last week—is now available for fostering or adoption through a partnership between New Canaan’s animal rescue group and the police department. The small, approximately 9-year-old beagle mix is being called “Ladybug-Stacey-Hannah” by Officer Allyson Halm, head of the New Canaan Police Department’s Animal Control section, because those three names all appear on various paper work associated with the dog. She initially had been adopted in New Canaan from the local Animal Control shelter in 2011, and it isn’t clear just where she was in the intervening years. According to Halm, the Stamford man who had adopted her only had the dog for a few months and gave her away to a since-forgotten party. Claudia Weber, founder of Strays & Others, learned of Ladybug’s plight and decided immediately to help the orphaned animal.