"L" is for the way you look at me...
"O" is for the only one I see, "V" is very, very, extraordinary, "E" is even more than anyone that you adore...
No song could be more fitting for this montage of celebrities singing to their rescue dogs. Best Friends Animal Society shared a video on their Facebook page on Valentine's Day that featured celebrities like Amanda Seyfried, Josh Gad, Selma Blair, Jamie Chung, Natalie Morales, and Mayim Bialik singing Nat King Cole's "L-O-V-E" to their dogs who look like they don't know what's going on but are loving the attention.
The celebrities featured in the video have all pledged to Best Friends Animal Society, each rescuing their own four-legged friends from the rescue. Pledging means they will take care of their adopted dogs for their entire lives; not too hard to do when you look at these furry cuties.
Best Friends Animal Society is the nation's largest no-kill animal rescue. They take in cats and dogs from shelters around the country often next in line to be euthanized. Their 3,700-acre sanctuary in Angel Canyon, Kanab, Utah. is home to the "unadoptable" pets that even includes horses, burros, pigs, goats, rabbits, birds, and wild animals.
Their pledge is to make the all the shelters in the United States no-kill by 2025 and they hope this video shared on the day of love will make everyone else pledge to this mission too.
Did you pledge? What do you think of this cute video? Let us know in the comments below.
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