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People Are So Angry At Meghan Markle For Leaving One Of Her Rescue Dog Behind To Move In With Harry

It is a dream for many little girls to meet a prince for one day, to fall in love, and become a princess. That is why the love story between American actress Meghan Markle and Prince Harry has grasped the world’s attention – it’s a fairytale come to life!
The American actress, who has 2 rescue dogs, was forced to one of her dogs after Kensington Palace confirmed that just 1 dog has joined them in UK. 

Guy, her dog, is with her in UK, while Bogart, the other dog, is going to permanently live in North America with some of her friends. The Palace spokesperson said that the decision, that Meghan made, was not that easy.

Meghan’s fans are guessing that Bogart could be so old, which made its trip so across the world hard.

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A Man Kicks His Scared Dog In The Face In Front Of People, Who Intervene To Stop Him!

This was the nasty moment, when a scared dog was kicked by its owner in a busy street in Liverpool. This bad incident, that happened on Park Road at around 4.20pm this evening, was recorded by a passerby.

The video showed that a man kicked his small white and brown dog in its face when he walked it in a lead, outside Tesco in Toxteth. The passerby faced the owner, after seeing this powerful man's kick. The dog appeared wince as its parent was angry towards the people who tried to interfere.

Some blood spots were seen on the walk-side from the injured dog by a person, who didn't want to be mentioned. He also added that he was walking with the earphones in when he saw this bad situation. The man gave the dog a strong kick in the face, so the blood was all over the floor.
''I thought that it was one kick and the dog then died, at that moment, all people in the street rush towards the man screaming at him'', said the unknown person.

The video of the attack and some photos which show the blood were posted on Facebook.

Anthony Joynes, RSPCA Inspector, said that they are aware of the video, and we are strongly against this violent, cowardly behavior. Anyone recognizes the man or has any information about him, has to immediately call us on 03001234999.

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