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Ian Somerhalder searches for home for four kittens found on The Vampire Diaries setIan Somerhalder searches for home for four kittens found on The Vampire Diaries set

Ian Somerhalder Discovers Kittens on 'Vampire Diaries' Set

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This man never ceases to amaze. Today, Ian Somerhalder tweeted about four kittens he found on the set of his popular show “The Vampire Diaries,” who are in need of a home.

“Just found 4 tiny kittens on TVD-they will need homes;) They were born in the Salvatore front yard… Good spot,” Somerhalder tweeted.

This really shouldn’t come as a shock, since Somerhalder is continuously advocating for animals. He even has a slew of rescue cats at his home in Atlanta.

“I’ve got a number of them and sometimes that number fluctuates because there will be a rescue that’s fostered a little bit. There’s a lot of fur,” he told E! Online. He also makes sure his pets are in good health by taking them to a nearby clinic.

If this doesn’t convince you on Somerhalder’s animal love, maybe this will. On March 24th, Somerhalder will receive the United States Humane Society’s prestigious Wyler Award for his work with animals.

It doesn’t look like the 33-year-old actor will stop saving animals anytime soon. If you’re interested in adopting one, or more, of the kittens, let the cat loving actor know.

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