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Central Park KKKaren gets dog back after false 911 call on Black man
The animal rescue group that confiscated Central Park Karen’s dog after her racist confrontation with a birdwatcher went viral last month said Wednesday that it will return the pooch.
The rescue group, Abandoned Angels, said in a Facebook post that vets determined Amy Cooper’s dog was in good health and that law enforcement authorities refused to take the pooch into their custody.
“Consistent with input received from law enforcement, we have now complied with the owner’s request for return of the dog,” it wrote in the Facebook post.
It added that it wanted to “express gratitude for the outpouring of support regarding the dog that was recently placed in our custody, following release of a troubling video that was brought to our attention.”