Skip to comments.Freestyle skier Gus Kenworthy hopes to bring home stray Sochi puppies with his silver medal
Posted on 02/13/2014 8:26:59 AM PST by Perdogg
One of the Sochi Games' best stories got even better Thursday. Slopestyle skier Gus Kenworthy, whose effort to find homes for four stray puppies and their mother led to oohs and ahhs internationally, can add an Olympic medal to his list of new things to bring home.
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Save the pups.
OHH good for him
They are cute doggies
Apparently Sochi is chocked full of stray dogs.
I don’t understand why Sochi has this problem is because they have big Islamic community radical islamicist are forcing animal lover in Russia give up their animals dogs are consider unclean in Islamic religion
Is this a new Olympic event:
The Stray Dog Roundup.
Its all nice warm and fuzzy until someone brings one of them home that is carrying rabies. Fingers start to point everywhere. Rabies is still a great problem in Russia and the Middle East.
Good luck getting those puppies through customs.
But therein you've solved the puzzle. An overabundance of dogs in Sochi is DESIGNED TO WARD OFF MUSLIMS.
Further, I predict Russian Customs by order of a Putin special exception will allow Kenworthy to take the puppies back to Colorado. This is a great PR move designed to show his compassion while at the same time Russia's strength evidenced by a successful Olympic team.
Kenworthy has already made arrangements to have his puppies screened with a vet.. His problem is the ‘bitch’.. Does he try to take the mom home with the puppies, too? Hmmm..
OH make Vlady look good OH OKAY
He should request Obama to send an Osprey for transport.
Such adorable little poochies..bravo to this young man doing such an honorable deed
Getting dogs through customs is not as hard as you think.
The German Shepherd Rescue of Orange County gets about 5 dogs from Hong Kong each year without problems.
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