Carrie Ann Inaba. A dancer, a choreographer, an actress, a singer, and a dog rescuer. Carrie Ann Inaba is known to us best for her judging role on Dancing With the Stars, broadcasted on ABC television.
She has a number of rescue animals in her home and recently decided to add another one. She adopted Peanut from The Best Friend Animal Society in Los Angeles and brightened the world by saving another life.
Andy Cohen: Wacha
We think Andy Cohen must take advantage of his position on TV and radio, and shout out that dogs have to be adopted and not bought. He has such a great influence on viewers and listeners, that even if he gets one listener to save a dog's life, he has preserved his place in heaven.
Andy Cohen adopted Wacha from a shelter in West Virginia, and he (Wacha) is followed on Instagram by thousands.
Jake Gyllenhall: Atticus
Jake Gyllenhall comes from a family of huge stars, so no wonder he came out the way he did. And not only is he such a huge star, but he also has a huge heart. Really huge.
Jake and Atticus, his beautiful German Shepherd, have been inseparable for a few years now and for sure is an inspiration for other celebs around.
Billy Joel: Rosie
Billy Joel is known to the world as a true animal lover. Dogs in particular. Together with his girlfriend Alexis Roderick, Joel adopted a four-year-old Pug, who goes b the name of Rosie.
Not only did Billy Joey do a good deed with the adoption, but he also held a concert in Madison Square Garden, in which all profits were donated to a foundation for the rescue of stray and abandoned animals. Now, how wonderful is that.
Denise Richards: Tara
She is known for many roles and had appeared on numerous movies and TV shows. The American actress has many successes to her name, but the greatest of all is no doubt the fact that she has adopted Tara, her beautiful dog.
Apparently, Denise traveled to the Big Apple for one purpose and ended up going back home to Loa Angeles for another. She ended up giving a home to a dog from an animal shelter in Long Island, new york.