Hollywoodi esifeminist Lena Dunham skandaalide keerises: naine andis varjupaigast võetud koera ära

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Lena Dunham on teinud Instagrami traagilise postituse, milles seletab, miks ta oma adopteeritud koerast loobuma pidi.

Näitlejanna toob põhjuseks koera agressiivsuse. Nimelt olevat tema varjupaigast võetud koer nimega Lamby muutnud ohtlikuks nii iseendale kui Lenale ja tema perele. Nii pidi näitlejanna langetama otsuse ja andma koerakese agressiivsete koertega tegelevale keskusele.

Nüüd on sõna võtnud aga varjupaik, kust Lena Lamby leidis. Nende sõnul ei olnud koer Lena juurde kolides agressiivne: "Kui te vaatate fotosid, millel koer nii Lena kui tema emaga poseerib ning ajakirjas Vogue Lena ja ta poiss-sõbraga kaisutab, siis on selge, et see koer ei ole agressiivne."

"Kas te tõesti arvate, et püüdsime tuntud inimesele nagu Lena agressiivset koera pähe määrida? Me oleksime teda teavitanud juhul kui meil oleks antud koeraga probleeme esinenud. Me ei valeta kunagi koera mineviku kohta, see mõjub nii loomale kui uuele omanikule raskelt," jätkas varjupaiga esindaja.

Kellel on õigus, ei saagi avalikkus arvatavasti teada. Lena peres kasvavad nüüd aga juba 2 uut koera, puudlid Susan ja Karen.

Lähemalt saad koerasaaga kohta lugeda siit.

A lot of you have been asking where Lamby is these days since he's always been the star of my gram and I've been posting pics of my poodle girls. Well, you know honesty is my jam but this one has been really heartbreaking to talk about. But I feel I have to share that last March, after four years of challenging behavior and aggression that could not be treated with training or medication or consistent loving dog ownership, Lamby went to live at an amazing professional facility in Los Angeles @matt_thezendog where an awesome person named @therealdanishay (who is educated in a rescue dog's specific trauma) loves him so hard. Lamby suffered terrible abuse as a pup that made having him in a typical home environment dangerous to him and others- we needed to be responsible to ourselves, our neighbors and especially our beloved boy. Jack and I will miss him forever but sometimes when you love something you have to let it go (especially when it requires tetanus shots and stitches.) Someday I'll really write about the pain and relief of letting Lamby go off and really be Lamby, biting and peeing in his own mouth and all. There were so many lessons in it, about forgiving myself and loving with an open palm and giving in to a larger plan. Shout out to @jennikonner for listening to endless hours of Lamby pain, and especially my partner @jackantonoff for loving him even when he ruined floors and couches and our life. Jack knows what Lamby means to me and he let me come to the decision in my own time even when it made his days challenging. Susan & Karen will never be my first loves, but they are fuzzy and hilarious stuffing for the hole Lamby left and we cherish them deeply ❤️#lamby #thefirstcutisthedeepest #foreverlamb PS If you have a similar situation, please know its possible to responsibly re-home your rescue rather than sending them back into the shelter system. It can require patience, diligence and often a financial contribution but there are solutions that leave everyone happy and safe. You will always have been your dog's first stop outside shelter life and that's beautiful.

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