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Jenna Ushkowitz Pleads Help for Abandoned and Abused Pup

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When it comes to rescuing animals, the power of Twitter is at it again. Jenna Ushkowitz, one of the stars from the hit series “Glee,” tweeted yesterday in support of an abandoned and abused dog.

“Can anyone help this poor baby an[d] give her a loving home? If not she’ll be put down. Her name is oreh, Hero backwards. Now she needs a hero,” she pleaded.

Ushkowitz added, “Plz DM me if you or anyone else knows someone who can help an abandoned and abused dog looking for a loving home http://mypict.me/index.php?id=332435953.”

Jenna Ushkowitz DogThis isn’t the first time the 25-year-old actress has reached out to benefit abandoned animals. In July 2010, she attended a pet fashion show on behalf of a struggling animal rescue center, where not only did she strut her stuff down the runway with a stray dog, but also sang “True Colors,” one of her singles from “Glee.”

It seems that Ushkowitz truly loves her animals. If you or someone else can help out this poor pup be sure to let the actress know.

***Update: Jenna just tweeted this: for those of you asking about the abandoned pup looking for a home, you can reach them at marcrescue@hotmail.com for more info. xo

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