Adopted Dog Won’t Stop Hugging The Woman Who Saved Him

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When Kayla Filoon, a student who volunteers as a dog walker at an animal shelter in Philadelphia, saw Russ the pit bull for the first time, she knew there was a special connection between them.

“He came in as a stray, and he was really beat up,” Filoon said. “He was missing fur on his tail and ears. He was also terribly skinny.” The 20-year-old woman added:

“He was just sitting there calmly, staring at me… And I thought… I need to take him now.”

Filoon knew she needed to act fast, as recently the shelter had to put 15 dogs to sleep.

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