Cane Corso Catcher! Phillies’ Cameron Rupp Adopts New Pup From The PSPCA

Rupp does a lot of charity work for the PSPCA. Lola will join siblings Frito and Chief in this dog-loving ball player’s home.

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Phillies catcher Cameron Rupp is well known about town for his animal-related good works.

Over the summer, Rupp raised $30,000 for the Pennsylvania SPCA during Ruppapalooza, a charity event that featured Phillies bartenders, raffles, games, music and more — along with adoptable dogs.

The PSPCA is one dog lighter this week, too, as Rupp has become dog dad to a 2-year-old cane corso who was left tied up outside the PSPCA headquarters in North Philadelphia toward the end of the baseball season.

Lola is already sporting team merch!

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Rupp has named her Lola and she joins sister Frito, a boxer-pitbull mix, and brother Chief, an Italian mastiff, as the newest member of the family.

Rupp does a lot of good work for the PSPCA, often paying dogs’ adoption fees. You can follow him (and thusly his dogs) on Instagram.

Congratulations, Cameron!

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