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Kelly Osbourne rescued a pomeranian named Story, who had been kept in a cage for a year.Kelly Osbourne rescued a pomeranian named Story, who had been kept in a cage for a year.

Kelly Osbourne Rescues a Pomeranian from Life in a Cage

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Anyone who watched “The Osbournes” knows that the family likes having dogs around, so it’s no surprise that Kelly Osbourne has adopted several pups of her own. She’s partial to pomeranians; she’s currently mom to pooch Sid, and lost her pom Noodles last year to a brain defect.

Now she has a new pom in her life: Story. According to Osbourne’s Twitter, she rescued the pup from some pretty terrible conditions.

“I got a new dog that I rescued, she’s a pom that was pretty much kept in a cage for the past year!” she writes.

She also gave fans a hint at the origin of the dog’s name. “This is Story my dog that I rescued! She will be the greatest love story of all time!”

And it seems as though Osbourne isn’t the only one who is excited about the new addition. “Sid won’t stop trying to hump Story! Look how sexy he is trying to be for her!” she posted, along with a link to an Instagram shot of Sid lounging in bed, with the hashtag #NaughtyBoy.

It sounds like a pretty sweet love story, indeed! Check out Story’s headshot below:

Story, Kelly Osbourne's newly-rescued pomeranian.

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