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Thousands Of People Rallied To Save Her From Death Row, And Now Nobody Wants Her

We all breathe a sigh of relief when an animal is taken out of a bad situation. We all believe that things can only go up from there and that they’ll find a new home of their own. Sadly, that isn’t the case, as you’re soon about to learn.
In 2013, Rihanna was taken off the streets by the Manhattan Animal Care Center and provided with some shelter and medical assistance.
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It’s believed that she was used as a bait dog, as there was terrible swelling in her face, and many of her teeth had been broken off or filed down. She was also underweight and severely beaten until her body was covered in bruises.
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It was likely that she’d be put down because of her condition, when social media came to the rescue. Over 5,800 people shared her story on Facebook, and it wasn’t long before Second Chance Rescue NYC came along to give her better accommodations.
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But that was three years ago, and Rihanna is still waiting for someone to take her home. Despite her bad background, she’s just as gentle as any other dog, and always greets new people with a casual lick of their hands.
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How she hasn’t found her own forever home yet is beyond us, but she has a lot of love to give.
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Because of her background, it’s best that she be the only dog in the home, and that she continue her training with Allied Dog Training in order to smooth out her social skills.
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Image Credit: SECOND CHANCE RESCUE NYC
If you or anyone you know is interested in adopting this fur ball, you can fill out an application with Second Chance Rescue NYC to get started. Share away, people.

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