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Actress Tricia Helfer adopts another kittenActress Tricia Helfer adopts another kitten

'Battlestar Galactica' Star Tricia Helfer Adopts Kitten

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Actress and animal activist Tricia Helfer’s home just became a little more purr-fect. That’s right, she adopted another kitten!

The “Battlestar Galactica” actress shared the exciting news on Instagram with an adorable photo and the following caption, “Meet Prissie. Adopted from @KittenRescue on Sat. She’s already fitting in with the brood!”

Helfer is no stranger when it comes to rescuing and advocating for kittens. This past April, she partnered with PETA to ensure that all cat owners keep their felines indoors. As she declared on the animal rescue site, “Traffic, diseases, poisons such as anti-freeze and warm car engines are all cat killers. So are the cruel people who intentionally poison them, set them on fire, torture them or drown them for fun out of intolerance or even hatred. Cats are domestic animals that belong indoors.”

To keep tabs on Helfer and her kitty love, be sure to follow her on Twitter and Instagram, where she keeps her fans up to date with photos of kittens at Kitten Rescue and her own feline friends, Max, Lily, Cesar and now Prissie!

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