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Reese Witherspoon Builds Barn For Her Farm 'Animal Friends'

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I love Reese Witherspoon for so many reasons: she’s a great actress, she’s from the south like me, she beautiful. And now, the A-list celeb has provided me with yet another reason to coo: she’s an animal-lover.

On a recent episode of Chelsea Lately, the actress told Chelsea, ” I’m building a barn. I think it’s cool. I really do have animal friends, I have donkeys, I have goats, I have pigs.

“I wanted the donkeys to be called Honky Tonk and Badonkadonk but the kids weren’t so into it. They didn’t know what ‘badonkadonk’ meant. So apparently I am doing some good parenting.”

Although Reese isn’t veg, we love the fact that she takes care of so many animals and is building them a barn! And don’t forget about the time she was photographed leaving Stella McCartney’s West Hollywood shop — way to support green fashion!

Check out Reese’s interview with Chelsea below and tell us what you think! Would you hang out with Reese and her clan of animals in the homemade barn? We would!

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