They're No Longer Abandoned: 116-Lb Dog And Two Rabbits Found Their Celebrity Owners

Date March 26, 2018

Somewhere about 6.5 million animals get into the US animal sanctuaries nationwide annually. About a half of them are fortunate enough to find a new family. What happens with the rest? Well, about 1.5 million of abandoned pets become euthanized, and only around 700 000 pets, entering shelters as strays, go to their families.

Why Do They Become Abandoned?

According to National Rehoming Survey carried out by ASPCA, people part with their cherished pets due to such problems as changes in animals' behavior, gaining weight, or having health issues, which owners cannot handle. Consequently, their favored animal companions reconcile reality and enter new homes, having to forget their special owners once and, probably, forever.

Kaley Cuoco And Jane Lynch Gave Us A Lesson

APPA (American Pet Products Association) indicates that people seeking an animal companion are inclined to purchase one from a breeder, and the minority goes to humane society. Award-winning American actress Jane Lynch, the owner of Golden Globe and Emmy awards, gave us all a lead of where to go when you want to find your endearing pet. This video shows the dog she rescued from the shelter. This story drives everyone to tears.

Yes, she found the courage to stand bail for the future of this 116-lb dog, who was abandoned in a field and looked "like a hot air balloon." At the very beginning of Jane's friendship with him, her reaction was like "Can we get him tomorrow?" as the earlier - the better. The dog seemed to have lost any interest to the world surrounding him, as his ears were always down aside, and he couldn't walk long distances. His condition was pretty bad, but after keeping a raw diet, he's lost several pounds and significantly improved his mobility. Now, Jane calls him "a lovebug, and shows thousands pets owners that there's no reason to cast their beloved pets off because of health problems their owners cannot handle.

The Big Bang Theory actress, Kaley Cuoco, is also known as a supporter of animal rescue, but the current case goes far beyond our belief. According to Kaley's fiancé, Cuoco woke up that special day with an overwhelming desire to adopt rabbits, so they threw the animal shelter a curve when came with a visit to the rabbit area. Cook made a video of Kaley crying and picking out her new pet.

To whom it may concern, when your fiancé wakes up and says, ‘I want to adopt some rabbits!’ This is the inevitable conclusion. @normancook

Публикация от Karl Cook (@mrtankcook)

Among celebrities protecting animal rights, there are many others who actively practice what they preach.

Charlize Theron

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John Legend

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Hillary Swank

Chris Pine

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Let's Be Honest: They Need Us As Much As We Need Them

In her recent Instagram post, Hillary Duff called her sweet boy Dubie her "gratitude," her "force," her "shadow," "faith," and "angel." Having lost her best friend, Hillary goes on:

I never let myself imagine what this day would look or feel like. It was us. And we were invincible. I am having to look into your beautiful amber almond shaped eyes and tell you goodbye today. And honestly, I would take the pain of losing you 10x over to have had you for even a quarter of that time, my dubie. First of all... thank you... for being my best friend... truly.

Публикация от Hilary Duff (@hilaryduff)

Pets are always there for us when we need them, so why aren't we?