Disney & # 39; s star boy in the remake of Lady and the Tramp is a two-year-old rescue dog from the terrier mix who was in a murder shelter just a year ago
- The dog that Tramp plays in the upcoming Disney remake of Lady and the Tramp is a rescue pup that was once in a kill shelter before being adopted
- The famous dog, Monte, is a two-year-old terrier mix
- He was about to be euthanized in a death relief center when he was rescued last year by HALO Animal Rescue in New Mexico
- He was then transferred to a reception center in Phoenix where he was adopted
- There he was discovered by Mark Forbes, the animal trainer of the film, who was looking for the perfect dog to throw as a wanderer
- Monte has been adopted by Forbes and now lives with his family
- The classic Disney remake will be launched on November 12 at the Disney + streaming service
The star of Disney's live remake of the beloved classic Lady and the Tramp is a rescue dog that had been in and out of kill shelters before landing its big break on the movie screen.
Monte is the cute two-year-old terrier mix that shines like a wanderer in the film. And it appears that the story of the dog actor on the street and in shelters does not differ so much from that of his stray dog character on the screen.
Monte was about to be euthanized in an air raid shelter last year before being rescued by HALO Animal Rescue in New Mexico and then transferred to a shelter in Phoenix, according to People Magazine.
A two-year-old Terrier-mix rescue boy named Monte stars as Tramp in the upcoming Disney remake of Lady and the Tramp
Monte & # 39; s background story does not differ too much from his street-trained street dog character Tramp. He was about to be euthanized in an air raid shelter in New Mexico when he was rescued and adopted last year. Monte depicted left and right depicted in the CGI film as Tramp
That is where Mark Forbes, the animal trainer for the film Lady and the Tramp, found him and saw potential in the pup.
Forbes adopted the dog just seven days after HALO had saved him, trained him and audited Disney executives, according to TMZ.
HALO made Forbes promise that Monte would be a pet when the filming was over and would not return to the street.
Now the puppy enjoys the high life, from traveling through Hollywood film sets to his comfortable life at home with trainer Forbes and his family, including a newborn baby and a raccoon for pets.
In 2018 Monte was adopted by Mark Forbes, the animal trainer for the film Lady and the Tramp, trained and auditioned for Disney executives for the film
The dogs playing Lady and Tramp in the upcoming Disney remake pictured above make their big stage debut in the Disney + showcase on Friday in Anaheim, California
The star treatment! Monte pictured with his co-star Cocker Spaniel Rose on the red carpet on Friday in the Disney + showcase in California
In the film, Tramp is voiced by actor Justin Theroux, who is an advocate for adopting rescue dogs. Pictured above with his rescue puppet Kuma
HALO hopes that his story will inspire people to adopt dogs that need homes from shelters.
& # 39; We have a celebrity dog in our midst! View Monte, he was adopted from HALO last year and originally came from Las Cruces, NM … His adopters say he was such a good boy and loving life. We are all so happy for him and can't wait to watch the movie when it comes out, & HALO wrote on Facebook.
HALO hopes that the Monte story will inspire people to adopt dogs in need of shelter homes
Rose and Monte pictured on set while filming for the Novembe r12 movie that will be released
Disney has released the trailer for the CGI version of the Lady and the Tramp on Friday, with iconic remakes of original scenes, including the romantic spaghetti dinner
The classic Disney remake will be launched on November 12 at the Disney + streaming service.
Tramp is expressed by Justin Theroux in the film with actors such as Janelle Monae, Sam Elliott and Benedict Wong.
The love interest of Tramp Lady is a cocker spaniel named Rose, voiced by Tessa Thompson.
The trailer for the long-awaited film was released on Friday and uses several beloved moments from the original 1955 film, including the iconic plate with spaghetti, Lady is presented in an extended gift box as a puppy and her owners try to train her through her to keep newspaper.
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