It's good to be Brianne Sidonie Desaulniers Brie Larson right now!
During an interview with Elle magazine, the March cover star said:
Imagine being hugged by your fave! Wouldn't you just die?!
[Image via Elle Magazine.]
Jessica Chastain needs your help!
On Thursday, the 38-year-old took to Instagram offering a reward for her grandmother's stolen dog. The gorgeous gal shared a photo of the precious pup, Livvy, explaining that she was snatched from a McDonald's in Vallejo, California.
The lovely lady wrote in the caption, urging her 477,000 followers to help track down her grandma's furry friend:
"For those of you who love animals, you must understand how devastated my grandma is. Please help. xxjes @mcdonalds"
Jessica's grandmother also commented on the picture, begging fans for help:
Please reach out to local authorities if you have any information about the whereabouts of this darling dog (below):
Earlier this week, a New Hampshire man made headlines after police accused him of causing the death of a small dog by kicking it!
City Council candidate Toby Tousley was charged with animal cruelty for allegedly kicking a Pekingese Chihuahua mix because it went to the bathroom on his lawn!
According to reports, the 55-year-old was making repairs to a rental building he owned on Saturday when the 17-year-old canine started squatting on the property.
Tousley tried to scare the dog off, but when that didn't work he allegedly gave the dog a kick — and the animal died shortly after!
After receiving "hundreds" of threatening calls and emails since the incident, the City Council candidate is claiming that the police released inaccurate information to the media! He said:
People aren't too happy with actress Jennifer Beals right now.
And that's because the actress was caught on camera in the Vancouver area returning to her car where she had left her dog inside during a hot summer day.
The window of the Ford Escape was cracked while a German Shepherd puppy was seen panting inside.
One reporter took to Twitter to share the sad snap:
We hope this isn't true, but if it is — justice needs to be served!
Nestle Purina PetCare Company is facing a class action lawsuit filed by a man named Frank Lucido who alleges the company's Beneful dry kibble food is the reason for thousands of dogs dying or becoming ill!
The lawsuit was filed in California federal court and it came about after three dogs Mr. Lucido owned in three different houses all became sick with the same symptoms. When one of the dogs died, an autopsy revealed the dog had been poisoned!
And the only constant between the three dogs was the Purina dog food they were eating. The other two dogs remain under veterinary care.
The lawyer for this grieving client took on the case after finding 3,000 similar complaints online!
Here's what the lawyer representing Mr. Lucido said: