Meet Bebe, a poodle rescued from a puppy farm. The doggie has spent all her life in a tiny cage in the basement. But in September, the North Carolina puppy farm was raided by the US Animal Welfare Society. Fortunately, all the pets were taken away and now are in safety. However, the rescuers' particular attention was drawn to Bebe, a pooch being kept in a cage and only used for continuous breeding.

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"She was so tiny and frightened, she looked incredibly helpless."

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The poodle was taken to the vet hospital, where she won the heart of Brenda, a receptionist. "She stayed in the corner for the whole time, scared to death. I couldn't but take her home."

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When the woman brought Bebe home, the doggie was shocked by the huge space, because she was used to living in a tiny cage.

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"She had never seen the sun, she didn't know what the grass looked like, she was so scared at first."

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But now Bebe has already got used to her new home. The pooch loves running around the house and playing with her new owner.

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