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You Could Be in a Blockbuster Film – If You Can Find a Lost Dog

Written by Michelle Kretzer | December 28, 2012

Dennis Lehane – the author of bestsellers-turned-blockbusters Shutter IslandMystic River, and Gone Baby Gone– is offering a lucrative award to the person who returns his beloved dog, Tessa. Lehane has promised to name a character in his next book after the rescuer – a book that could quite possibly become a major motion picture. Tessa jumped the fence at the Lehane home, but she is microchipped so hopefully the pup will soon have her own happy ending.

Newlywed Drew Barrymore and all her family members are living happily-ever-after. She says that her dogs, Douglas and Oliver, dote on new baby Olive: “They’re so protective of her. They’re so sweet.”

It looks like Bradley Cooper’s love of his sweet rescued dogs is rubbing off on his girlfriend Zoe Saldana.  Zoe tweeted a picture of her new rescued pup, Mugsy, and bragged, “She’s adorable and super-smart.”

The Wanted’s Jay McGuiness wants an animal-friendly date with Eliza Doolittle. “We’re both vegetarians so that’s how it works, isn’t it? It’s practically legally binding,” he joked.

All Jenny McCarthy wanted was her pre-baby body back– and she got it by going primarily vegan. “[Cutting out gluten and dairy is] the best health change I’ve ever made,” she gushed to Shape magazine. I lost a few pounds and have much more energy.” 

To keep up with what all your favorite stars are doing for animals, follow @PETA on Twitter. 

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