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Paul O’Grady fans left ‘bawling’ as they watch the late star helping to save an abused dog

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‘He was the most amazing human being’: Paul O’Grady fans left ‘bawling’ as they watch pre-recorded scenes of the late star helping to save an abused dog

The latest episode of pre-recorded ITV series Paul O’Grady For The Love Of Dogs aired on Thursday evening, leaving viewers extra emotional as they tuned in.

Airing as a tribute to late star Paul, who died at aged 67 just last month, the episode showed him meeting a spaniel pup named Murphy – who had been abused.

Described as one of the most scared dogs to be seen in Battersea Dog and Cats home, fans were left in tears as they watched Paul form a connection with Murphy and help him.

With the scenes being extra poignant due to the circumstances, many viewers took to social media to admit that they had been left ‘bawling’ over both Murphy and Paul’s stories. 

‘Bawling!! Paul O Grady with Murphy. He was just the most amazing human being – dogs know who they can trust!! Breaking my heart❤️,’ wrote one via Twitter. 

Emotuonal: Paul O'Grady fans were left 'bawling' on Thursday night as they watched pre-recorded scenes of the star helping to save an abused dog in ITV's Paul O'Grady For The Love Of Dogs

Emotuonal: Paul O’Grady fans were left ‘bawling’ on Thursday night as they watched pre-recorded scenes of the star helping to save an abused dog in ITV’s Paul O’Grady For The Love Of Dogs

Helping: Described as one of the most scared dogs to be seen in Battersea Dog and Cats home, fans were left in tears as they watched Paul form a connection with Murphy and help him

Helping: Described as one of the most scared dogs to be seen in Battersea Dog and Cats home, fans were left in tears as they watched Paul form a connection with Murphy and help him

In the episode, Paul met Murphy the Spaniel, who had clearly been abused and was suffering from a painful skin condition.

The TV personality could be seen working with the dog and a behavioural expert to help get him on track – eventually managing to pet the pup without him jumping away.

Forming a special connection with Murphy, even Paul could be seen saying ‘If you’ve ever felt like crying it’s now.’

And fans watching on felt the same way, getting emotional over both Murphy and Paul, as one tweeted: ‘I was very tearful watching this, not only for poor Murphy but for the fact Paul is no longer with us.’

‘Just watched Paul O’Grady’s For The Love Of Dogs, I don’t know if I’m tearing up for the dogs or for him,’ echoed another.

Another added: ‘In floods. Love Murphy to bits bless him’.

As a fourth wrote: ‘Made me cry watching this. Gonna miss watching #PaulOGrady for the love of dogs’.

But in a positive spin, Battersea Dog and Cats home did deliver some good news as they shared an update of Murphy doing well in his ‘forever home’ after being adopted.

Nervous: The TV personality could be seen working with the dog and a behavioural expert to help get him on track - eventually managing to pet the pup without him jumping away

Nervous: The TV personality could be seen working with the dog and a behavioural expert to help get him on track – eventually managing to pet the pup without him jumping away

Tough watch: Taking to social media, fans got emotional over both Murphy and Paul's stories

Tough watch: Taking to social media, fans got emotional over both Murphy and Paul’s stories

Sharing footage of the more confident pup, they wrote: ‘Baby steps are still steps! We’re so proud of Murphy #POGDOGS’.

A delighted fan replied: So pleased that Murphy has got a new owner who will give him the life he deserves. I hope Murphy and his new owner enjoy many years together.’ 

Paul began TV show For The Love Of Dogs back in 2012, with the series becoming an instant hit amongst viewers. 

The season airing now was filmed last year, and shows the star in his absolute element while helping Battersea.

All the money donated will go towards the running of the much-loved charity, which has featured in every series of the hit ITV show. 

While A tribute fund set up by Battersea in Paul’s honour has also hit almost £300,000. 

The beloved TV presenter, who came to fame as drag act Lily Savage, died following a cardiac arrest late last month.

Baby steps: But in a positive spin, Battersea Dog and Cats home did deliver some good news as they shared an update of Murphy doing well in his 'forever home' after being adopted

Baby steps: But in a positive spin, Battersea Dog and Cats home did deliver some good news as they shared an update of Murphy doing well in his ‘forever home’ after being adopted

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