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This Teen Lost Her Room To Her Dog Immediately After She Moved Away For College And People Are Dying

"Ask Nina if you're allowed in or not."

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This is Maddie, a freshman at Texas A&M University, and her almost year-old pupper, Nina. When Maddie got Nina, the adorable pooch was supposed to be HER dog.

"Ever since we got her, my mom has been completely in love," Maddie said.

Maddie said her mom spends "way too much time" with Nina, and gives her too many treats to spoil her.

"Nina is literally her third child," she said.

Maddie moved out last month to start her freshman year, and recently came home for the weekend. Her mom had joked that she was going to turn her room into a room for Nina. Maddie thought her mom was kidding. Until she sent her this:

Maddie said Rosie completely redid her room for Nina, even buying her brand new bedding and adding a chair.

Twitter: @MaddieMini4

Of course, the crate for plebes is now gone too, so Nina can relax in style.

"I didn't expect her to actually turn my room around for my dog," Maddie said.

Maddie of course shared the makeover on Twitter, writing, "I'm in college for not even a month & my mom rearranges my entire room just for my dog."

I'm in college for not even a month & my mom rearranges my entire room just for my dog

Many people thought the room makeover was only right.

It is what Nina deserves.

@MaddieMini4 We are NOT going to sit here and act like Nina doesn't deserve it!!

"Nina bouta make yo ass make a bed on da floor when you go home to visit," said one person.

@MaddieMini4 Nina bouta make yo ass make a bed on da floor when you go home to visit 💀

Some people came with the real questions.

@MaddieMini4 "You didn't see this coming?" - Skeptical Daisy is skeptical.

And others said they could relate.

@MaddieMini4 This happened to my brother. When he moved back home he had to "share Sparky's room". Hahahaha

Stephanie McNeal is a social news editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.

Contact Stephanie McNeal at stephanie.mcneal@buzzfeed.com.

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