This Mother’s Day, Russell Wilson and Ciara Wilson welcomed a new member to their family. Unfortunately, their decision to include a charming and cute puppy in their family has met with significant criticism. PETA recently criticized Russell Wilson and Ciara for their dog adoption.

PETA has chastised Russell Wilson and Ciara for adopting a puppy that did not come from a shelter. After the pair revealed on Instagram that they were calling their new dog Bronco, the charity issued a statement to TMZ explaining its displeasure.

“Meet… BRONCO. The kids call her Bronco Love Brownie :)”

“The sweetest surprise. I love you, baby.”

In response to the video, PETA said that Wilson and Ciara made it more difficult for a shelter dog to be adopted. Russell Wilson and Ciara, according to PETA, supported the “homeless-animal issue” by purchasing the puppy. The pair were told to make amends by adopting another animal from the pound.

“Mother dogs are often locked inside filthy cages and bred over and over until their bodies give out. One, Two Step mistake by killing a shelter dog’s chances of finding a home. 1, 2 Step.”

“PETA is calling on the couple to Level Up on kindness by adopting a companion for this pup instead of fueling the homeless-animal crisis.”

Russell and Ciara have yet to reply to the criticism. Let’s watch how they respond to this issue. Fans, on the other hand, adore the clip of the Cute little puppy. Everyone congratulates the couple on their decision to adopt this puppy. What are your thoughts on the matter? Stay tuned to Thirsty for more information.

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Muskan Sharma

Muskan Sharma, is a student at Calcutta University, pursuing a law degree. She has written articles for a variety of journals. She has an interest in world news, journals, and articles. She then made the decision to write for Thirsty for news. On December 13, 2021, Muskan began writing in Thirsty. She has a range of other hobbies outside writing, such as traveling and exploring new places.

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