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Overseen: Puppy Love in a Hopeless Place

A tipster spotted this petite pup outside of Butler loyally awaiting his master’s return. The picture fills us with warm and fuzzies and has us dreaming of puppies part two. Enjoy!

Cuter than the Butler smokers

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8 Comments

  • That puppy needs a hug says:

    @That puppy needs a hug but luckily, I just happen to have two arms.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous better leash that dog up or else it’ll go chasing pussy in the stacks of butler

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous That’s clearly a Barnard puppy… WTF they should get their own campus to be cute on

  • I hate people says:

    @I hate people who do this to dogs. Especially on Broadway.

    1. you're right says:

      @you're right they should just let them run wild.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Sad for the puppy. Even sadder for the idiot who made the irrelevant Barnard comment.

    1. Irrelevant? says:

      @Irrelevant? And you still don’t get it?

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Herp Derp

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