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Sproutie the Grouch.

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Oh, hey guys, nothing big going on here, just Oscar being FEATURED IN THE NEW YORK TIMES!!!!! 😵🐶❤️ . Photograph by Amy Lombard, Text by Bonnie Wertheim . "Oscar is a Lower East Side boy,” his owner, Rick Van Benschoten, said. “In 2010, he was abandoned on Delancey Street under the Williamsburg Bridge. He was already paralyzed. He was just dragging himself on the street.” . Mr. Van Benschoten and his wife, Christian Merry, met Oscar at their veterinarian’s office and fell immediately in love. Since his adoption, he’s been a regular at the dog parade. . "He’s always representing animal rescue in general, he’s always representing special-needs dogs,” Mr. Van Benschoten said, “and this year, as an astronaut on a lunar mission, he’s also representing science, because it could really use our help right now.”

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Kellyanne is that you? 👀 @ittystagram

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Grand prize winner at the #tompkinssquarehalloweendogparade #dog #halloween #tompkinssquarepark #saturday #nyc #eastvillage #costume #latergram

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