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Simon Cowell to Adopt Two Rescue Dogs

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Simon Cowell, a huge animal lover, has decided to adopt two rescue dogs when he gets home to Los Angeles.

He took to Twitter asking for some help saying, ”I am going to get two dogs when I get back. Probably cairn terriers. If any rescue shelters have some who need a home let me know.”

The 53-year-old music mogul often speaks about his love for animals and was thrilled in 2012 when Ashleigh Butler and her performing dog Pudsey were crowned the winners of “Britain’s Got Talent.”

He commented on the show, ”I love dogs, I love animals and I really like Ashleigh. They deserve it. That dog will become the most famous dog in the world.”

Cowell even created a new British TV series called “That Dog Can Dance” to find more talented pooches.

In the meantime, he and his girlfriend, American socialite Lauren Silverman, are expecting a baby boy in February.

A source close to the couple told the New York Daily News’ Confidenti@l column, ”He is over the moon to be having a son.”

Source: contactmusic
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