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Zoe Saldana shares dog adoption on TwitterZoe Saldana shares dog adoption on Twitter

Zoe Saldana Rescues Pup, Shares Photo on Twitter

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It looks like actress Zoe Saldana is getting into the rescue spirit. She recently adopted an adorable pooch and shared her little bundle of joy with Twitter followers.

Yesterday, she revealed the following photo and her excitement, “Meet Mugsy!!! Rescued her last week- my best friend named her- ha! She’s adorable and super smart-ZS” [sic]

Zoe Saldana rescues new dog MugsyLook at that face! She sure looks happy.

“The Words” star must be taking some pointers from boyfriend Bradley Cooper who is known for his love of animal rescue.

Cooper adores all animals, especially his rescue Chow Retriever mix, Charlotte, and German short hair pointer, Samson. Sadly, Samson died in 2012, but he still has Charlotte who he found at a Much Love Animal Rescue event in California.

In 2009 he told PEOPLE, “They are both rescue dogs and they are the best … I’m sort of a hybrid of both my dogs. Samson is stoic and makes me earn it and Charlotte loves me undyingly. They’re my kids.”

Do we sense some doggy play dates for Saldana and Cooper in the future? If so, it sure sounds like our kind of fun!

Photo Credit: Jaguar PS / Shutterstock.com

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