Ariana Grande Is Launching An Animal Rescue in Los Angeles

published Nov 20, 2020
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In case you didn’t know, Ariana Grande is a huge animal lover and advocate for pet adoption. In fact, not only did she once tweet that she “loves animals more than [she likes] most people,” but she has rescued 10 dogs, so it’s clear she has plenty of love for rescue pooches. She recently announced she’s launching her own nonprofit pet rescue center in Los Angeles, and applications are already open for those looking to add a furry friend to their families.

Grande announced her new venture on Instagram, where she shared the perfectly nostalgic ‘90s-themed site artwork for Orange Twins Rescue. In her caption, she wrote, “we are so happy, proud and excited,” revealing that the rescue’s official website would be coming soon.

It seems like the rescue has been operating since 2019, though it’s unclear when the pop diva entered the mix. You can check out Orange Twins Rescue’s Linktree, which contains a bunch of clickable resources, including ways to browse the adoptable pets, donate via PayPal to support their efforts, apply to adopt one of the cats and dogs available, and purchase needed supplies on their Amazon Wish List, including pet food, blankets, toys, treats, and more.

As for Grande, her own rescue dogs are social media stars in their own right, with fans loving any and every glimpse they can get of the ponytailed pop star’s four-legged friends. If you’re keeping track at home, Grande has Ophelia, a Labradoodle; Fawkes, a Shiba Inu; Cinnamon, an American Pit Bull Terrier; Coco, a Dachshund German Shepherd; Lafayette, a Bloodhound; Sirius, a Labradoodle; Strauss, a Yorkshire Terrier; Pignoli, a Chihuahua; Toulouse, a Beagle Chihuahua; and Myron, a Pit Bull mix. Of course, there’s also her pet pig, Piggy Smalls, that she adopted with her former fiancé, Pete Davidson. Toulouse has appeared in several of Grande’s music videos as well as on the cover of Vogue…you know, just like any other pet out there.