Many of you have been following the story of Sochi and Adler over the past few days and will be aware of the two pups rescued from Russia this weekend by members of the press covering the Olympics and staff associated with the US Olympic team. Katherine Heigl’s animal welfare organization, the Jason Debus Heigl Foundation
recently posted an update on the health of the dogs, addressed some confusion about the transport process and answered common questions that have been received from those of you who that have been touched by their story.
Katherine Heigl and Nancy Heigl visited Los Angeles International Airport on Saturday afternoon to complete a very special rescue for their animal welfare organization the Jason Debus Heigl Foundation
. They were there to greet two dogs that had travelled all the way from Sochi, Russia, with E! News Olympics correspondent Ali Fedotowsky, and to help find loving homes for them.
In spirit of giving which marks the holiday season, Katherine Heigl wanted to do something extra special to help animals in need. At this festive time of the year, which often coincides with the period of greatest need for our four-legged friends, Katherine will match every donation made to support the work of the Jason Debus Heigl Foundation during December, dollar for dollar, up to a total value of $100,000.
Katherine Heigl turned financial trader as she joined a host of famous faces for ICAP Global Charity Day
on Tuesday, December 3rd. The worlds leading inter-dealer broker held its 21st annual fundraiser at company offices around the globe, and in New York celebrities such as Halle Berry and Kate Upton joined Katherine on the trading floor.
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