Adorable dog whose owner was murdered in the Bronx needs a home
4 days ago - By New York Post
Linus lost his owner Rider Ferreras, 35, when he was stabbed to death in October 2020, according to Rob Becerra, who runs the animal rescue group Ruthless Paws.
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