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Kevin McHale shoots with PETA in support of animal adoptionKevin McHale shoots with PETA in support of animal adoption

Kevin McHale and PETA Team up for Photo Shoot

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Every week, Kevin McHale captures hearts on the small screen as Artie on “Glee,” and now he is melting hearts with his adorable rescue pup Sophie.

The 24-year-old recently teamed up with the animal activist group PETA for a photo shoot. He announced the exciting news via Twitter. “My lil Sophie and I just had a romantic photo shoot for w/ @peta. She’s growing up so fast! http://instagr.am/p/NKGvMIyJ71/. [sic]”

Though no further details have been revealed yet, McHale and PETA are definitely promoting animal adoption and rescue.

McHale first rescued his dog in April and was sure to let all of his Twitter followers in on his admirable action, “Meet my new girlfriend Sophie!! Thank you @barknbitches for setting us up! 🙂 http://instagr.am/p/JLdJRsyJ0r/. [sic]”

As you can see from his tweet, he found Sophie at Bark N’ Bitches, a Los Angeles based pet store dedicated to all things pets, especially rescuing and adopting animals.

Congrats Kevin! We can’t wait to see the final results of the photo shoot.

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