Ariana Grande wants to help all furry friends find a home.
The “Positions” singer’s latest passion project is all about the pets, as the superstar has just announced she’s opening a non-profit animal rescue center. “We are so happy, proud and excited out site comin soon,” the longtime dog mom revealed on social media with a very ‘90s-inspired advert promoting her upcoming endeavor, Orange Twins Rescue.
Per its official Instagram page, which is already has upwards of 52,000 followers and several ADORABLE cats and dogs on display for adoption, the Grammy winner’s “Orange Twins Rescue is a non-profit animal rescue located in Los Angeles, CA.”
It venture seems like a match made in pet heaven for the pop star, who owns 10 — yes, 10! — rescue puppies of her own. In case you needed a roll call, Grande’s fur babies are: Ophelia (Labradoodle); Fawkes (Shiba Inu); Cinnamon (American Pit Bull Terrier); Coco (Dachshund German Shepherd); Lafayette (Bloodhound); Sirius (Labradoodle); Strauss (Yorkshire Terrier); Pignoli (Chihuahua); Toulouse (Beagle Chihuahua); and Myron (Pit Bull mix).
Oh! Lest we forget to mention, the “34+35” songstress also has a pet pig named Piggy Smallz.
As yet, a website for Orange Twins Rescue appears to be in development but this link shares how you can apply for adoption, buy items for the organization and donate to the cause.
Grande is very passionate about rescues and adopting homeless animals, having told Billboard in 2015, "Dogs are the most harmless, sweetest babes in the world. They show nothing but unconditional love, so they deserve that in return. … My mission is to help as many homeless dogs as I can find loving families who will cherish them."
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