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Amanda Seyfried: 'Please Adopt Your Next Pet'

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Actress Amanda Seyfried is the latest celebrity to show support for Best Friends‘ Save Them All campaign.

The campaign — which has also featured stars such as Danny Trejo and Denise Richards — involves celebrities posing for photos with their own rescue dogs or cats, in order to spread the word about animal adoption.

This isn’t the first time that Best Friends has received support from celebrities. Alyssa Milano supported their Spay and Neuter campaign, and Jennifer Aniston adopted her dog, Dolly from their rescue center.

Seyfried joined in the Save Them All campaign by posing with her rescue dog, Finn.

Amanda Seyfried posed with her rescue dog Finn for a Best Friends campaign
Photo courtesy of Best Friends.

According to Dog Channel, Seyfried said, “My dog, Finn, is my best friend. I honestly can’t remember what life was like before he came into mine. I can’t bear to imagine the thousands of incredible dogs and cats that are killed in shelters every single day simply because they don’t have homes.  When you adopt, you not only save a life, but you end up with an amazing friend. Please adopt your next pet from a shelter or a rescue group. By working together we can Save Them All.”

Seyfried also set Finn up with his own social media accounts. He has more than 13,000 followers on Twitter.

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