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Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus adopt fifth dog named Mary JaneLiam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus adopt fifth dog named Mary Jane

Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth Rescue Another Dog

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Miley Cyrus and boyfriend Liam Hemsworth are expanding their family . . . with a dog that is. The couple recently brought home another pup transforming their animal rescue family.

Cyrus announced via Twitter the arrival of their newest addition, “Meet the newest addition to our family Mary Jane 🙂 I love rescuing xo.”

Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth adopt another dog named Mary Jane
Mary Jane is the fifth dog Cyrus has adopted. Less than two weeks ago, she made headlines when she took in a puppy she found outside of a Walmart living in a box. The Rottweiler-Beagle mix happily came home with the singer/actress and was dubbed the name Happy.

Her other dogs include Lila, Floyd and Ziggy. This past weekend, on Mother’s Day, she expressed the love she has for her pets. “Just got my first Mothers Day card 🙂 proud mama to Lila, Floyd, Ziggy, Happy, & Mary Jane ?,” she tweeted.

Cyrus is widely known for her animal activism. Whether she’s giving her man a rescue dog for his birthday or helping Khloe Kardashian adopt her own dog, Cyrus never quits.

Maybe we should start calling her the dog whisperer?

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