It belongs to one of 57 dogs found at a home in Rushville, Ohio, a city just southeast of Columbus.
You were supposed to see the spritely faces of puppies. The kinds of puppies who cost hundreds, even thousands, of dollars - and soak up all the oohs and aahs in the world.
Well, this is mom. Or at least one of the mothers found at the home-based breeding operation this week - a backyard breeding operation that isn't technically illegal in Ohio if you have a permit.
And, it seems, all this face ever soaked up was neglect.
This week, authorities descended on the house after receiving a tip about a backyard breeding operation. The condition of the animals onsite, however, is what prompted a tip to local police. In addition to the dogs, rescuers found four horses and a donkey on the property.
All the animals are still being attended to by the Fairfield County Area Humane Society (FCAHS), which will be looking for homes for these animals in the days ahead.