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Chris Colfer Rescues Beached Stingray

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“Glee” star Chris Colfer just can’t seem to help himself when it comes to rescuing animals. First he lends a helping hand to the feline species, and this time around he’s reaching out to stingrays.

Yesterday, he tweeted, “I rescued a beached sting ray yesterday! That’s not a metaphor, it actually happened! Poor guy had a rough day… pic.twitter.com/WhlTjNBw.”

Wow, what a nice guy! Colfer has yet to provide further details on his rescue mission, but I’m sure it’s a spectacular story.

As mentioned above, this isn’t the first time the adorable and talented 22-year-old saved an animal. In April, Colfer adopted an 8-year-old cat from the West Valley Animal Shelter in Los Angeles, who he named Brian.

This isn’t your ordinary cat. Brian weighs a whopping 20 pounds! This was quite a unique animal adoption, as most people take home younger pets from shelters, and Colfer decided to save an older cat.

It’s always great to see celebrities rescuing and adopting animals. I wonder which lucky animal Colfer will save next. Keep up the good work Chris and if we hear more about the stingray rescue, we’ll let you know!

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