Aitana fans will know who Sopa really is. It's likely that he can recall it well. She is the pet of the singer, and often appears in artist's publications. She posted a Tuesday'stories' on Tuesday, in which she celebrated the fact that she was born two years ago. It is not known that the dog of one the most influential Spaniards with 3.1 million Instagram followers, was born in Granada.
Huellas Accitanas Association welcomed the puppy at first. IDEAL was able to learn more about the process. Aitana first saw the puppy when he was just two months old. He walked the streets of Guadix, drenched. "Because it bothered neighbors, they threw buckets full of water at him to make them go away." She made a soup "... as she moved from one place to the next. That's what she ended up calling her self.
She had already reached out to the Footprints Association several times, and was "very involved" in the work of the organization, asking regularly how things were going. She told them she wanted to adopt an animal. Elena Romero, a volunteer at the association, says that she did not ask about her race. We knew she loved German shepherds and husky types but she didn’t care what kind of dog she was.
The case of Sopa (originally called Loba) was first published on social media. She was immediately attracted to the singer and decided to keep it. Elena says, "The adoption was very simple." From there, she made the leap from mascot into fame. Aitana introduced her into society via a post with more than 466,000 "likes", in which she thanked the association for allowing her to own her.
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Huellas Accitanas, for its part, shared the story via its social media networks and praised the singer's kind gesture. It is appreciated that celebrities adopt dogs and don't buy them, and that they don't care about the fact that some dogs aren't purebred. The volunteer said that it was a great example.
Aitana's relationship with him did not end there. The singer later echoed cases published by the Granada collective about animal abandonment, including that of three Czechoslovakian wolfdogs who were found living in "terrible conditions". It was shared in her Instragram stories, which made the case known to thousands. Huellas Accitanas explains that the publication went viral and that the video has received more than 100,000 views.
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