Michael Skupin is ready to talk.
The ex-contestant said in a statement:
The 54-year-old explained that he's turning to religion following his arrest, adding:
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So what better way to commemorate their first year of marriage than by expanding their family??
The power couple aren't expecting, but they did just adopt a furry new friend!
The San Gabriel Valley Humane Society announced on Wednesday that a four-year-old Basset Hound mix rescue named Millie is officially a Clooney!
They shared a happy shot of the family (above) to their Facebook page, excitedly revealing:
"ADOPTED! Millie was adopted by George Clooney and his wife Amal!! Millie, a basset [sp] hound, now has a new brother named Louie who is also a rescue! Congratulations and thank you for adopting!!"
George and Amal are also the proud parents of another Cocker Spaniel mix, Einstein.
Congrats to the happy family!
We can't wait to see this foursome strolling the streets together soon!
[Image via San Gabriel Valley Humane Society/Facebook.]
Well, of course! Who doesn't love the Royal Baby?? Have you SEEN the Official Portrait yet??? (You can see it HERE!)
Well, just before that, Prince William recently opened up about Prince George and his life as a father in his first sit-down interview since the royal baby was born, and in one of the clips released, Wills mentioned their family dog Lupo.
So how is this pup adjusting to sharing the spotlight with the new baby?
Kate Middleton and Prince William's adorable cocker spaniel Lupo has been the center of the couple's attention over the last year, but now with the royal baby in the picture, he's going to have to share the spotlight!
Animal behavior specialist Nicholas Dodman says the royal parents are going to have to take a few steps to make sure their precious pooch learns to play nice with his new baby brother!
The first big step is getting Lupo used to being around the tiny tot, and there are a few ways to do this.
What is up with people throwing dogs in the trash?!
A cocker spaniel was severely abused before it was thrown in the trash - luckily the doggy was found on the side of the road.
The owners have been arrested and have been charged with multiple counts of animal cruelty.
But the dog, whose name is Samurai, is still going to need a good home to come to once Samurai is out of physical therapy.
Samurai can barely walk and is still a month away from being recovered.
Terrible that some heartless folks could do this to a poor defenseless animal, but at least the pup is on its way to a better home!
If you're interested in adopting the pug - click here.
And ch-ch-check it all out by clicking PLAY directly (above) !
Who in the world would steal dogs?!?!?! DESPICABLE!!!
English investigators believe dognapping has increased 17 percent in 2012, as 3,500 doggie thefts were reported last year.
The crazy part?