Rachelle Lefevre’s PSA

The LA Times reports that Rachelle has a done a PSA to bring awareness the causes supported by The Best Friends Animal Society.

Rachelle’s own dog, Honey, is a shelter rescue dog.

Comments

  1. Rachelle is amazing, as always.

    Canada represent!

  2. this is cute. did anyone else notice the extremely strange laugh at :54? hahaa

  3. bella1976 says:

    ohhhhhhh! Rachelle is so awesome and her dog is soooooo cute.

  4. Gosh she’s so gorgeous! Wonderful to see her putting herself out there for a good cause!

  5. mschicklet says:

    YAY!! I have so much respect for her. This is a cause I am very passionate about as well.

  6. I like how genuine she seems. My family already has three rescued dogs and nine rescued cats tho so I think we’re full up lol.

  7. I despise celebrities that treat their pets like a fashion accessory. It’s so nice to see that Rachelle is a genuine lover of forgotten animals.

  8. She is so sweet, and her dog is adorable. She is truly an amazing person.

  9. She is so beautiful. Great cause. Last Sunday I adopted a shelter cat. She’s the best cat!

  10. Right On!!!!!!!! A celeb speaking out on something as important pet adoption… I myself try to adopt every time it is possible-to buy a puppy is ridiculous-There are soo many animals that need a home!!! It is the right thing to do!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! if you want an animal ADOPT AND SAVE A LIFE!!!!!!!!!

  11. Well…. rats! This is indeed a very franiruttsg dilemma, no? Here’s the funny thing, Michelle. I love reading about your faith journey in the everyday here on your blog and sometimes I am so struck by something very strange. Hmmm, how to say – we both started at different places in life, moved about through our lives, ended up in each other’s beginnings and found God where the other didn’t see Him. I have never really thought about writing a memoir of my faith journey – but have thought about writing about my grief experiences that are all tucked neatly inside my mental filing cabinet and haven’t ever been let out onto paper. I find it interesting though and see a book like this… one side – your journey to God from Catholic upbringing to wonderful life at Southwood. Flip it over and upside down and read how I started in a Protestant upbringing and found God in the Catholic church. Funny how we both find God in the middle, but start and end at each other’s beginning/end! Weird, no? Anyway – kind of a “hook” but don’t know that you want to go there, nor do I know if I have the skill… I have the ramblin’ thing down pat, though!! My college English minor skills have not been brushed off for reals for a looooong time. My blog is a place to ramble, not overly edit and drop in my kids’ pictures!! :) Anyway, everywhere there is a “hook” and that would be the hook for me in buying your book! I would say – weird, she started where I ended and I started where she ended! Just sayin’… :)

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