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Pink Saves Life of Puppy Thrown Off Los Angeles Overpass

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Pink is a known animal lover. She has spoken out against the wool industry, as well as advocated against wearing fur and reptile skins. Recently, the singer’s big heart was captured by the story of a puppy who sustained major injuries after being thrown off a LA overpass.

The pup broke three legs and was in need of emergency medical help, or it might not make it. Once the singer read the article, she then, according to TMZ, contacted Ace of Hearts, an animal rescue organization and offered to pay for the dog’s medical bills to save its life.

Five thousand dollars later, the pup is now in great shape and was adopted by a lovely family in time for the holidays.

For this holiday season, we’ll call Pink this pup’s guardian angel, or if you’re not into angels, just the awesome wealthy benefactor.

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  • Just call Pink what she is … A BEAUTIFUL HUMAN BEING THAT UNDERSTANDS COMPASSION AND LOVE AT IT’S TRUEST SENSE!!! <3 YOU PINK AND THANK YOU 🙂

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