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Animal League Celebrity Supporters

With various celebrity and high-profile supporters and adopters, you never know who you'll bump into when you visit North Shore Animal League America.

Here are some of the dedicated celebrities who have given the Animal League their invaluable time and given some of our pets their undying love.

John Bartlett

Posted by on September 15, 2009

Recently, John hosted an adoption event at his New York City menswear store to honor his best friend, Tiny Tim, a handsome, three-legged Shepherd-Rottweiler mix. This event was one of many that John hosted which benefited the Animal League.

Tiny Tim is represented in the shadowed icon that appears as Bartlett’s logo on shirts, scarves, accessories and shopping bags in the Greenwich Village store. Tiny Tim, the store mascot, was an Animal... Read more...

Sandra Bernhard

Posted by on September 9, 2009

Recently, comedian, actress, singer and author, Sandra Bernhard paid a visit to North Shore Animal League America. She, along with her daughter, Cicely, fell instantly in love with an adorable, little Pug-mix puppy.

Ms. Bernhard mentioned that originally, she was considering buying a Boston Terrier from a breeder. However, Cicely suggested that they save a dog and adopt from a shelter. They both knew immediately that rescuing an animal... Read more...

Geraldo Rivera

Posted by on April 30, 2009

Geraldo Rivera is an attorney, esteemed journalist, reporter, writer and former talk show host. He is probably most recognized for his inclination toward dramatic, high-profile stories, some of which were so heated, that he has actually gotten caught in the crossfire. Mr. Rivera hosts the newsmagazine program Geraldo at Large, and appears regularly on Fox News Channel.

His latest headline however is “Geraldo Rivera Adopts a North... Read more...

Monica Seles

Posted by on March 18, 2009

Monica Seles is a former World No. 1 professional tennis player and a member of the International Tennis Hall of Fame. The legendary Seles became the youngest-ever champion at the 1990 French Open at the age of 16.

Recently retired, Monica has changed her focus from serving tennis balls to tossing them to puppies to play fetch! As a good friend to cherished Animal League spokesperson, Beth Stern, Monica also shares a passion for animals... Read more...

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