A day after sharing that she’d adopted a puppy from Hollywood Huskies, a husky rescue nonprofit in Southern California, she revealed that she’d already upped her dog count to two. “I’m officially obsessed with fostering,” she wrote. “I couldn’t stand the thought of Jack not being with his sister, so I asked if I could take in Jill (on the right) as well. ” (Hot tip: There is a very adorable video of the pair playing together on the second slide. And then it happened.
It seems that no celebrity owns more animals than Miley Cyrus. (She has 13 or so pets, including seven dogs, two horses, two mini horses, and two pigs. ) Apparently, though, the 27-year-old still has room for more. “Baby boy Bo,” as Cyrus’s boyfriend Cody Simpson calls him, is named after her dad Billy Ray Cyrus’s high school nickname, as well as the word “rainbow. ” She dedicated one of her daily Instagram Lives to introducing him, as well as speaking with the founder of Bo’s former home, the Wagmor, about the importance of caring for animals amidst a pandemic.
Her latest is much more attainable (not to mention furrier) than the rest. “Now is a great time to foster a puppy in need! ,” the supermodel wrote on Instagram on Tuesday, revealing the two pups she adopted from the Labelle Foundation, a Los Angeles-based nonprofit. “Reach out if your living/financial situation allows,” Gerber continued.
Morrone has also reminded her followers that her new family members are still looking for a permanent home. “These sweet creatures need you so badly,” she wrote on Instagram. “Fostering a puppy during this quarantine time has been the single best decision.
Take a closer look at all the cute dogs celebrities are fostering amid the pandemic. https://t.co/dDAIsn5gJ3— W Magazine (@wmag) March 25, 2020