Snoop Dogg Offers To Adopt Abandoned Dog Named After Him
You probably saw the video…a man leaves a poor dog at the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals with just his dog bed right before Christmas. It was caught on security video, and heartbreakingly, the dog was seen desperate to get back to his human. I won’t lie when I say the tears rolled down my eyes thinking about how the poor dog did not understand what would have made his human leave him like that.
Thankfully, the folks at the RSPCA have video and were able to make sure the pup was not alone for long.
This heartbreaking CCTV shows a dog being abandoned by the side of a road. The Staffordshire bull terrier type dog chases desperately after the car as it drives off. https://bit.ly/2GDsIW8
Posted by ITV Central on Monday, December 24, 2018
The gut-wrenching video went viral, with thousands of people stepping up to take the sweet dog named Snoop in.
But who better than the original Snoop? That’s right–rapper Snoop Dogg saw the video and called it a heartbreaking story. He said that at ‘Casa de Snoop’ in Los Angeles, California? There’s always a place for the homeless dog at the animal lover’s house.
The RSPCA is still investigating Snoop’s full situation, as well as giving him lots of love and attention while in their care. They say that he won’t be available until the investigation is finished, and more is done to assess what the perfect home for Snoop would look like.
Snoop Dogg said that though he doesn’t think that it will be hard to find the perfect home in England for him, but if it was? The rapper was happy to offer one with his family.
The RSPCA staff caring for him say he’s really a lovable dog and is very social with people and other dogs. He loves to cuddle and loves being close to people–which makes knowing how he was abandoned even sadder.
And while Snoop Dogg officially has volunteered to adopt Snoop, they are still looking into what would be best for the pup, and are still taking applications in their database.
But c’mon…could there be a more perfect match? We can see it now–Snoop Dogg, meet Snoop, the dog!
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