Dolly Parton vows to keep lost Glastonbury dog
Dolly Parton works from Nine to Five - but she might have to find time to be a pet owner too after she offered to adopt a dog left behind after her show at Glastonbury.
The country legend said she would take in the white lurcher if her owner was not found.
The canine was discovered in a tent during a clean-up after thousands of festival-goers left the site.
The dog, which was named after Dolly, was taken in by the Happy Landings animal shelter.
Parton (68) said: "I had my manager call the Happy Landings animal shelter to make sure the dog is being well cared for.
"At this time, nobody has claimed the dog and she is in great hands. I will take it home to America if nobody claims her in a reasonable amount of time."