Curse the bitch who sent me this article entitled, “Katherine Heigl’s Foundation Saves the Lives of 25 Chihuahuas.” CURSE YOU! You know who you are.
For the first time in the history of forever, my heart twitched a little over something Hagel has done. Do not show this to my chihuahua or he’ll make me watch Wish Upon A Star every Sunday afternoon.
I’ll let PeoplePets explain:
HSGN (Humane Society for Greater Nashua of New Hampshire) executive director Karen Bill and Kinder Rescue director Laurel Kinder had been trying for about three months to move a surplus of Chihuahuas from Hollywood to the northeast. Faced with an unbearably long drive and an expensive flight, solutions were scarce. But after contacting the Jason Debus Heigl Foundation — founded in honor of the Grey’s Anatomy star’s late brother and run by her and her mother — the problem was solved: The organization, which supports animal rescue efforts, offered $25,000 to fly the pups from the West Coast. “It was amazing,” Bill tells PEOPLEPets.com. “The ideal situation come true.”
Though staffers at HSGN haven’t spoken to Heigl directly, they plan to thank her heartily for her donation. “We’re putting together a photo CD of all the dogs, from the time we met them at the airport to the moment they go home with their new families,” says Bill. “We want her to know how grateful we are.”
Well, that was nice of her. However, you know that when they give her the Nobel Peace Prize for this good deed, she’ll turn it down, because she’ll feel that the chihuahuas were not destitute enough for her to be honored with such an award.