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and three days later they gave her a bath and the selfie washed off.

EAGHL/Granny Annie

I hope the adoptive parents wanted her to love her and not just to show her off. That is a pretty cute anomalie.

Comedy Plus

I was thinking the same thing that Granny Annie said. I do hope they love her as she deserves to be loved.

Have a fabulous day. ☺


Like the others I hope they really love her, not just her ear.


Can't I love her AND show off her ear just a little bit?

Dennis the Vizsla

hello jan its dennis the vizsla dog hay now that is a troo pup of the didjital aydj!!! ha ha ok bye

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