Ebola Patient Nina Pham’s Dog in “Safe Place”

Bentley, the Dallas Ebola patient’s 1-year-old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, was removed from her apartment by authorities Monday and brought to “a safe place,” says Dallas public information officer Sana Syed via Twitter. Bentley’s owner Nina Pham, 26, is a nurse at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital who treated Thomas Eric Duncan and became infected with Ebola. Syed said she would share photos of Bentley once the city has assured Pham her dog is OK. “He’s adorable. Clearly a little puzzled by what’s going on. But he’s in good hands now and will be taken care of.” Later Monday night, Syed said Bentley seemed content in his temporary home, wagging his tail and eating his dinner. — Read it at the Dallas Morning News

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