Molly-Mae Hague pleads with fans not to buy puppy imports after harrowing death of her beloved dog

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Molly-Mae Hague has begged her fans and all animal lovers to avoid buying puppy imports at all costs.

The Love Island star is still distraught after her pet Pomeranian died six days after arriving from Russia.

Mr Chai was just four and a half months old and a gift for Molly-Mae's 21st birthday but he survived less than a week in the UK.

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He started to become unwell and after a trip to the vets he had a seizure and passed away.

The poor dog had been born with enlarged organs, and part of his brain was exposed it was later revealed.

Molly-Mae and Tommy, both 21, were met with backlash despite the tragedy – and she took a social media break as it all became too much.

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Now she has opened up about the ordeal and wants others to avoid making the same mistakes and instead protect animals across the world.

"If we had our chance again, we wouldn't have imported from Russia," she told The Sun.

"The autopsy result showed that his skull wasn't fully developed and he didn't have a white blood cell left in his body.

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"If we had the time again, we'd have a dog from the UK."

Molly wept as she told the grim journey wasn't what had killed dear Mr Chai – revealing that he was "going to die regardless."

Appearing in a video alongside Tommy, she told the camera: "The autopsy results showed that his skull wasn't fully developed and part of his brain was exposed.

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"He didn't have a single white blood cell left in his body.

"While we understand everyone's opinions about him being shipped over from Russia, you need to understand that this is not what made that baby dog pass away. That's not what made him die.

"He was going to die regardless. If we had the time again we would have got a dog from the UK or got a rescue dog from the UK."

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