Written by PETA
First Angelina Jolie swore off fur. Now she and Brad Pitt are donating $2 million to Namibia's N/a'an ku sê Wildlife Sanctuary, which rescues and rehabilitates injured and orphaned wildlife and also employs and provides aid to native bush people. The Jolie-Pitt family spent Christmas there helping conservationists treat injured African wild dogs and other animals and watching a rehabilitated leopard be released into the wild.
The donation was made in the name of Angelina and Brad's daughter Shiloh, who was born in Namibia. We think that sounds like a pretty awesome Christmas present to Shiloh—and the animals.
Written by Michelle Sherrow
What they do for both humans and animals who do not have a voice...Brad and Angelina are heros of mine. The media needs to get their fangs out of their personal lives and focus on the fact that they are great people who are very generous
Respect for these two people I hope they begin to help Animals in the U.S who are drastically needing help!Stop killing stray Dogs and Cats in Shelters and bring in new Laws to protect Animals.Lets clean up in front our own front door!
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