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August 25, 2015 2:23 pm

Netanyahu Encourages Canine Adoption: ‘How Much Light Kaiya Has Brought Into Our Home’

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahua and his dog Kaiya. Photo: Facebook.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his dog, Kaiya. Photo: Facebook.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu enthusiastically endorsed dog adoption in a Facebook post on Monday, in which he also talked about the joy his own pooch has brought to his family.

“How much light Kaiya has brought into our home!” Netanyahu said of his adopted rescue dog. “If you are thinking of getting a canine, find an adult dog to rescue. You won’t regret it.”

Netanyahu adopted the 10-year-old rescue dog in July. He announced the news on social media, posting a picture of his wife and two sons with Kaiya. The dog joined the family after Netanyahu’s younger son, Avner, heard that Kaiya was going to be put down and asked if he could adopt her.

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  • It is belief to have a canine dog in home exspecially live with your family !

  • Ruckweiler

    Good for him. Strays, pound puppies, or what ever you call them are usually so happy to be adopted and they do bring light in. My 12 year old pound dog Kenan died recently and we miss him greatly. My kids always called him Puppy.

  • Kiki

    I’m so proud of him!

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