Hilary Swank is a real hero to rescue dogs everywhere.
This Thanksgiving night, Hilary is going to host a star-studded special and it's all about doggies!
It's called The Great American Dog-a-Thon and the whole event is about raising awareness for homeless dogs and even giving viewers a chance to adopt animals.
The Fox special will have musical guests and awards and some seriously famous faces!
Hilary Swank was recently at the Pure Food Fish Market in Seattle.
It's a fourth generation fish market in Seattle's renowned Pike Place Market and Hilary went there to get some fresh seafood.
She apparently was having a dinner party and bought king salmon, scallops, king crab, oysters and mussels. Mmmm! Sounds tastyyyy!
While there, she posed for a pic (above) with one giannnnnt fish!
One of the fishmongers there said:
"She was absolutely delightful."
We bet she was!
We wonder if they offered her a discount in exchange for the picture.
Heck, we'd pose with all sorts of fish for free salmon! LOLz!
[Image via Pure Food Fish Market.]
Hilary Swank has always kept stray dogs close to her heart.
And now, she's leading the fight to help wayward pooches find homes in Romania!
Hilary Swank is all smiles with her pooch!
The Oscar winner gave her dog, Jewel, some luvin at the Best Friends Animal Society event at the House of Blues in El Lay.
The event attracted supporters of making the City of Angels a no-kill zone, as part of the NKLA campaign.
Looks like we have a star on our hands! Jewel loves the camera!
Hilary Swank was enjoying a walk on a beautiful Parisian day.
She was in Paris, France and was doing some shopping at Ferragamo.
Our favorite part?
She brought her doggy with her!
And what a cute dog she has.
Skinny, tall pup like his skinny tall mama.
[Image via GSI Media.]
Hilary Swank was on Ellen and Ellen mentioned that backstage Hilary brought two of her rescue dogs.
They then rolled some footage of her and her adorbz doggies.
Hilary even had some other, less common "pets."
Check out the above video to hear about her family of animals.