'I fell in love with you': Sharon Cuneta adopts stray dog while shooting 'Revirginized'
Sharon named the dog Pawi
Sharon Cuneta via Instagram

'I fell in love with you': Sharon Cuneta adopts stray dog while shooting 'Revirginized'

Jan Milo Severo (Philstar.com) - March 19, 2021 - 11:46am

MANILA, Philippines — Kapamilya actress Sharon Cuneta adopted a stray dog in Olongapo where she is shooting her upcoming film “Revirginized” with Marco Gumabao. 

In her Instagram account, the “Megastar” recalled how she first met the dog. 

“When you walked up to me and I patted your head, then you rubbed your face so very gently and lovingly on my leg, you seemed like you wanted me to take you home with me. And now, after the great Vets there are done treating you, you are coming HOME to me,” Sharon said. 

Sharon vowed to love and make her new dog happy. 



“They say you are about 8 years old...just like my Ari...Oh what life must have made you go through! You are safe now, baby boy. Mama’s here now and I will love you...I will make the rest of your years happy and you will NEVER have to search or beg for food again or a place to sleep where you would feel safe...never have to panic to seek shelter from the rain and other elements,” she said. 

She added that she will name the dog Pawi because she met the dog when Marco and her were filming. 



“You will become a PRINCE and be loved like you’ve never been loved before! I love you. I fell in love with you the moment we met and I should have brought you home right then. But all will be well now. All IS well now!” she said.

“I cannot wait to see you again and this time hold you and love you! And do you know what your name will be? You will be PAWI!!! Because I met you where Pawi @gumabaomarco and I were filming! You are special. Your age doesn’t matter to me. My love for you does. You’ll be home soon, Pawi boy! Hang in there!” she added.  


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