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    Snoop Dogg Has Offered To Adopt An Abandoned Dog Named Snoop And I Am Sobbing

    So doggone endearing.

    Late on Dec. 17 in Staffordshire, England these images taken from CCTV footage show a dog being abandoned by its owner.

    Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

    The heartbreaking images show the dog being left on the side of the road, and then desperately chasing the car as the owner makes a hasty getaway.

    Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

    The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals rescued the dog and named him Snoop.

    On Dec. 24 RSPCA Regional Media Manager Rachel Butler shared the sad footage on Twitter. It quickly went viral on social media and got the attention of thousands of people all across the world.

    PLEASE RT! We have CCTV footage of a man callously dumping a dog in Stoke-on-Trent. The distressed dog chases after the car as it drives away. Please help @RSPCA_official find the man responsible. Awful that someone can do this! The dog is thankfully ok and now safe

    One notable person who was saddened and moved by the story was Snoop Dogg. Ever the animal lover, he offered to take Snoop in.

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    He told the Daily Star that Snoop the dog has a home with him if he needs one. “It is heartbreaking. There is always room for another dog in Casa de Snoop. If he really needed a home then he has one with us."

    Kevin Winter / Getty Images

    He also added, “But I don’t think there is going to be any shortage of loving homes after all the exposure he has got.”

    He's not the only one as dozens of people have expressed interest in adopting Snoop.

    Morning all! We’re here with @GMB & one of our special guests in the studio is Snoop the dog, abandoned by the side of the road. The @RSPCA_official are investigating who dumped him. Luckily he won’t be homeless for long as there have been thousands who’ve got in touch to help

    Yesterday the RSPCA shared an update on their Facebook page that Snoop isn't available for adoption just yet, but is comfortable and enjoying snuggles with the staff.

    For more information on the RSPCA checkout their website and Facebook page.

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